Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.
Coordinator, Alan D. Savage
Requirements for a major in French are 32 hours of courses numbered 300 or above. All students are required to take:
|LING 321||Introduction to Linguistics||2-4|
|or FREN 371||Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages|
|FREN 331||French Conversation||4|
|FREN 333||Global French: Introduction to the Francophone World||4|
|Select 8 credits of French literature, at least four of which must be selected of the following:||8|
|Francophone Literature 1|
or FREN 348
|Adolescence & Early Adulthood in Modern French Literature|
|FREN 494||Senior Seminar||4|
|Complete at least one term of study abroad 2|
|FREN 338||Advanced French in Francophone Country (or equivalent) 3||2-4|
|FREN 335||Francophone Civilization and Culture (or equivalent) 3||2-4|
Students must complete at least one term of study in a department-approved study abroad program in a French-speaking country. Wheaton in Francophone Country may be used to fulfill the requirement for a term of study abroad.
Students planning to teach on the secondary level are required to take FREN 371 Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages.