Come experience Berlin, one of Europe's most popular and multicultural cities:
Enjoy authentic German food from atop the iconic TV Tower.
Marvel at the opulence of Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam.
Attend church at Berliner Dom, the city's famed Baroque cathedral.
Walk the last remaining piece of the Berlin Wall, which divided East from West.
Pay your respects at the Holocaust Memorial and get to know Jewish Berlin.
Enjoy world-class performances in music and opera.
Tour the Reichstag and meet with members of German Parliament.
Learn about modern Germany's place in Europe and the world.
Students participating in the program earn one credit. The course is led and taught by Claudia Bornholdt, Associate Professor of German Studies. Professor Bornholdt is a specialist in German history and literature, and a recipient of CUA's prestigious Teaching Excellence award. The program is open to all CUA students. Priority acceptance is given to students currently enrolled in HSLS 350 Berlin in Literature and Film, to members of the University Honors Program, and to undergraduates, but all students are encouraged to apply.