The Department of German Philology comprises the three core areas of German Studies - German Linguistics, Older German Language and Literature and Modern German Literary Studies - as well as the areas of Didactics of German Language and Literature and the Department of German as a Foreign Language and the Department of German Proofreading. The Koeppen Archive and the Pomeranian Dictionary research focus give the Institute a special regional character.
Courses on offer
B.A. German Language and Literature
B.A. German as a Foreign Language
Lehramt for German (teaching degree)
Subsidiary subject German as a Foreign Language
Subsidiary subject Low German
M.A. German Literature Studies
M.A. Language and Communication
M.A. Culture - Interculturality - Literature
M.A. Language Diversity
A semester at a foreign university offers not only the opportunity to get to know a new culture intensively, but also to reflect on one's own culture. The offers of the department such as ERASMUS+, G.I.G.S. or the programs of medieval studies can be found in the menu item "Institute" under "International".