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Germany is at the center of European integration. The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, German unification in 1990, and the expansion of the European Union in 2004 put Germany back into the political and geographical center of Europe. These years, Berlin is without doubt the most dynamic city in the heart of Europe.
The immeasurable cultural riches of central Europe, German influence in world history, literature, religion, sciences - especially ecology and programs for a sustainable future - provide excellent reasons for studying German. The growing political and economic weight of Europe in the world, and the newly evolving definition of the intense transatlantic partnership between the U.S. and Germany enable the speaker of German to be trained and ready to participate in a global future.
The German Program at Seattle University prepares students for careers in Europe, opening up opportunities for scholarly pursuits, business and trade ventures, government and foreign service, tourism, and other services. Additionally, the German Program at Seattle University fulfills the language requirement of the College of Arts and Science.
Seattle University students of German, in cooperation with Karl-Franzens University in Graz, are encouraged to study in the beautiful city of Graz, one of the chosen European cities of world cultural heritage: http://www.uni-graz.at/E/. Or to go to Berlin, the most dynamic megalopolis of Europe today, and study with the FU BEST program: http://web.fu-berlin.de/fubest/.
German Professor Cordula Brown will lead students on a tour of German modernism in a three-week study program in Berlin, July 8 - July 28. “Berlin: Art, Film, Architecture of the 20th Century” begins in the spring quarter with six pre-travel sessions on political, historical, and cultural developments. Excursions to the original Bauhaus building in Dessau for integrated studies are included. Students can receive five elective credits for this study program.
For the complete program, including costs, curriculum, and requirements, download the brochure.
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