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In-depth knowledge of foreign languages is one of the most important tools for individuals seeking careers in international affairs. Combined study in the German Studies division and the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce will be of immense value to an individual striving to make a career in our increasingly globalized world. The master's programs in German and Diplomacy and International Commerce have begun a plan for future students to attain a master's in Diplomacy and International Commerce while simultaneously completing a Masters in German. A concurrent degree in German Studies and Diplomacy and International Commerce will provide students with the opportunity to simultaneously attain real competency in the German language as well as a thorough knowledge of the German-speaking world and of international affairs.
|Effective start/end date||8/15/02 → 7/31/07|
- National Science Foundation: $516,583.00
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