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The MA degree in Contemporary Germany Studies: Politics, Society, and Culture is an interdisciplinary teaching program, affiliated with three faculties:
Social Sciences, Law, and Humanities.
The program deals with contemporary processes in Germany:
The role of Germany in the EU and European integration; Germany’s contribution to global economic, political, scientific, and technological transformation; Germany's place in the contemporary cultural and artistic scene; the political and statutory constitution of the German Federal Republic (the Basic Law after 1945); the social market economy model; problems and perspectives following the reunification of 1989; the German language – past glory and new meaning.
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The MA program in Contemporary Germany
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Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university; A minimum average in undergraduate studies that is equivalent to 80 (USA GPA 3.0); English Proficiency
5,000 USD for non research track without a thesis
Free of charge for research track with thesis
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