A major in French requires the following courses:
FRE 350: Methods - Introduction to Literary and Cultural Analysis
*Prerequisite for all higher-numbered literature courses
|Culture & Civilization - Choose at least three of the following:||12 sh|
|Literature - Choose at least two of the following:||8 sh|
|Language - Choose at least three of the following: ||12 sh|
|Electives - Two addition electives above the 222 level||8 sh|
French majors are required to study abroad for at least one semester in a university-approved program in a country where French is officially spoken. Credits earned in such a program may substitute for requirements for this major.
A maximum of 4 semester hours in internship credit can apply to the French major.
A major in French with Teacher Licensure, K-12, requires the above 40 semester hours including FRE 401 or its substitute, plus 35 semester hours of professional studies courses in education and psychology.
A minor in French requires 24 hours of courses taught in French beginning with FRE 221 or higher. FRE 350 is required. A winter or summer term abroad in a French-speaking country is strongly encouraged. A maximum of 12 sh of courses taught in French abroad can apply to the minor.
This page was updated July 19, 2013.