Germanic Studies MA
Master of Arts in Germanic StudiesWe offer a high-quality academic program with a low faculty-to-student ratio. Our graduate students collaborate with faculty members on their thesis projects and professional development. Our aim is to foster your critical thinking and intellectual curiosity. We’re committed to maintaining a vibrant program that encourages you to analyze, synthesize and present important components of Germanic Studies, such as cultural studies, literary and film studies, and applied linguistics.
Applications may be submitted at any time. To be considered for financial assistance, applications must reach the Faculty of Graduate Studies by February 15 (September entry point). All applicants will be notified of their application’s status once a decision is reached.
Co-operative Education (Co-op)
Graduate students in Germanic Studies are eligible for co-op studies, alternating coursework with paid work terms. These work experiences could take place locally or in German-speaking countries. Call the Director's office at 250-721-7628 or the general Career Services office at 250-721-8421.
For more information including program requirements, see the our Graduate Studies Handbook.