is an interdisciplinary program that
encompasses subjects ranging from
language, literature and film studies to
intellectual and cultural history, urban
studies, political science, museum studies,
art history and women’s studies. By exploring
the German-speaking world, you’ll gain an
understanding of its rich cultural heritage
and learn about the writers, filmmakers,
philosophers, scientists, artists and
intellectuals who have shaped modern
society. German Studies equips students
with a unique intercultural perspective
and critical tools that are indispensable for
meeting the challenges of the 21st century.
Why choose this program?
York has Canada’s best array of exchange programs with partner institutions in German-speaking Europe.
Enhance your skills while building your
networks: you’ll have access to events,
faculty and fellow students through the
Canadian Centre for German and
European Studies/Le Centre canadien
d’études allemandes et européennes
(CCGES/CCEAE), housed at York
University and the Université de Montréal.
Get detailed information on degree and program requirements to enter and graduate from this program.
(This information is to be used in conjunction with the University undergraduate calendar, which in all cases is the final authority).
BA (Bachelor of Arts) BA Honours (Bachelor of Arts) BA Honours Double Major (Bachelor of Arts) BA Honours Double Major (linked)(Bachelor of Arts) BA Honours Major/Minor (Bachelor of Arts) BA Honours Minor (Bachelor of Arts) iBA Honours (International Bachelor of Arts) iBA Honours Double Major (International Bachelor of Arts)
Diplomat, Educator, Researcher, Cultural Institutions
Germany in Transit: Nation, Migration and Cultural
Production; Inventing the Museum: Collecting,
Culture and Modernity; Germany Through the
Ages; Screening the Past: Re-Writing German
History in Film