University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender And Group Studies graduate programs at University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

University of Michigan-Ann Arbor offers 10 Graduate degree programs

Students Enrolled in University of Michigan-Ann Arbor graduate programs : 16828

Composition of students population for German Studies

Masters degree in German Studies awarded to 28 students
International Students 6
Female students 24

Tuition

German Studies Graduate program Tuition for in state students $23,128
Out of State Average Full Time Tuition for German Studies Graduate Program $46,678
German Studies
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The goal of the certificate is to provide a concise program of study that offers graduate students an in-depth introduction into key concepts and issues in German culture and contemporary German Studies. Required Courses Students in the Certificate Program in German Studies take graduate course work in German Studies totaling 12 credit hours. As capstone project, students are asked to present the chapter of their dissertation that is most closely related to issues in German Studies, or a rewritten seminar paper that they wrote in one of the Certificate classes and that is associated with the students’ dissertation work. Throughout their studies Certificate students will be mentored by the Graduate Chair in German Studies and should consult with the Graduate Chair their course choices. Students who have been admitted or are currently enrolled in a graduate program at the University of Michigan (except for students enrolled in the German PhD program) in Ann Arbor are eligible to for the Certificate Program in German Studies. Students from non-Rackham graduate programs (i.e. Law or Business) who are admitted to the Certificate will be asked to also register in Rackham. Application Requirements Applications will be accepted throughout the academic year on a rolling basis. One writing sample.

U-M LSA Germanic Languages and Literatures
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The graduate program in German Studies at the University of Michigan is widely recognized for its transdisciplinary approach.

Our world-renowned experts have won a stunning number of research and teaching awards. We offer a program of study rich in breadth, depth, and historical scope while entertaining close ties with other units across the university.

We offer classes on Modernism, German Idealism, Museum and Memory Studies, Translation Theory, Classical Reception, Imperium and Ruin Studies, Migrant and Minority Studies, Critical Theory, German-speaking cultures after 1945, Film and Media Studies, Music and Sound Studies, History of Sexuality, and Judaic Studies. See here for a list of recent graduate classes, and a list of required courses here.

We maintain departmentally funded exchange programs in Germany and other countries in Europe and assist our students in obtaining competitive fellowships from national and international organizations.

Meet and collaborate with a diverse and interdisciplinary group of graduate students.

Scholarships and financial aid available for German Studies

U-M LSA Germanic Languages and Literatures
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Our world-renowned experts have won a stunning number of research and teaching awards. We offer a program of study rich in breadth, depth, and historical scope while entertaining close ties with other units across the university.

We offer classes on Modernism, German Idealism, Museum and Memory Studies, Translation Theory, Classical Reception, Imperium and Ruin Studies, Migrant and Minority Studies, Critical Theory, German-speaking cultures after 1945, Film and Media Studies, Music and Sound Studies, History of Sexuality, and Judaic Studies. See here for a list of recent graduate classes, and a list of required courses here.

We maintain departmentally funded exchange programs in Germany and other countries in Europe and assist our students in obtaining competitive fellowships from national and international organizations.

Meet and collaborate with a diverse and interdisciplinary group of graduate students.

Aided by our outstanding language coordinators, graduate students gain valuable experience in a variety of pedagogical settings and regularly win competitive teaching prizes.