German Studies provides students with a wide range of opportunities to explore culture, literature, and
language of the German-speaking countries. Such studies may fulfill the language requirement, serve as
part of the general education, or lead to an in-depth course of study as a German Studies major, double major,
or minor. The study of German prepares students for academic careers in fields such as history, art history,
religion, philosophy, political science, literature, and music as well as for professional careers that
emphasize the international aspects of business, law, economics, finance, government, science,
engineering, and education.
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Pamina Buechner (left) and Brennah Murphy (right) are both Tulane German Majors who came to the end-of-semester department celebration on Thursday, December 6, to enjoy some refreshments and to relax with their fellow majors and minors along with the faculty of German & Slavic Studies. Both enjoyed the iced cookies from a German bakery right here in New Orleans. They are currently enrolled in Professor Nance's "German Language and Culture II" and Mr. Felber's course "Germans in New Orleans." They both had high praise for both classes.
Tulane U., Dept. of Germanic & Slavic Studies, Newcomb Hall 305, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5276 email@example.com