German + Engineering Dual Degree
In today's increasingly globalized society, the well-rounded engineering graduate who speaks fluent German and possesses deep intercultural competence and international work experience will truly stand out in the job market. At the University of Georgia, you have the unique opportunity to distinguish yourself by earning a degree that is far more than the sum of its parts. Go beyond the beaten path with a dual degree in German and engineering.
Five-year course of study resulting in TWO bachelor's degrees:
- AB in German
- BS in your chosen engineering field
Fourth year spent abroad:
- Four weeks of intensive language instruction at the Goethe Institut in Bonn, Germany
- Semester of study at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), one of Germany's top-ranked technical universities
- Internships with a German engineering company
- Competitive scholarships available to fund year abroad thanks to a grant supported by the Halle Foundation
- Individual students may be funded in the amount of up to $10,000 per student
- Funding covers airfare, intensive language instruction in Germany and the semester of study at KIT
- More about The Halle Foundation's support of this program.
Karlsruhe and KIT Photo Gallery
Check out photos from Karlsruhe and KIT in this Flickr album.
To enroll the Dual Degree in Engineering and German (DDEG) program, please complete this registration form.
Students interested in learning more about Engineering at UGA should contact Dr. Thomas Lawrence.
To learn more about the German program at UGA, please contact Heide Crawford or visit gsstudies.uga.edu.