College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Modern Languages > Undergraduate > German (BA) > Concentration Requirements > German Studies Concentration
Students who choose the German Studies concentration will have tremendous flexibility in building their own cluster of courses to align with a particular facet of German, based on their academic interests or intended career path. In the case of double majors, the German Studies concentration allows students to meaningfully align their two programs of study so that one complements the other, with the concentration courses potentially double-counting between both majors. Students with German as a secondary major may also be able to double-count their Studies concentration courses with courses taken for the learning domains.
After declaring the German major with the Studies concentration, students should meet with the German Program Director to discuss ideas and options for crafting a tailor-made German Studies concentration that best fits their college and post-graduate goals.
One additional GER 300-level elective - choose from GER 330, 331, 332, or 321 and 3 courses from MOL, GER, or affiliated departments, from the list below. No more than two of the four courses shall be taken in the same department unless German Program Director permission is secured.
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