The B.A. in World Languages with a concentration in French consists of 30 credit hours above the 1000 level, with at least 9 credit hours at the 4000-level. An Honors Program in French is also available, as is a program leading to teaching licensure. Please refer to the UA Little Rock Undergraduate Catalog for descriptions of these options.
For additional information about French options at UA Little Rock, please contact our French program faculty at email@example.com
Why study French at UA Little Rock?
- Engage in a variety of cultural fields, including art, music, fashion, food, architecture, and literature.
- Explore the cultures of France, Canada, Belgium, Morocco, Senegal, the Ivory Coast, and the French West Indies with your French language skills.
- Increase competitivity on the national and international job market in such fields as business, medicine, aviation, law, and transportation, and with companies like IBM, Dow, Ford, Coca-Cola, Dassault Falcon Jet, L’Oréal, and Mattel.
- Communicate in the official working language of the UN, NATO, UNESCO, the International Red Cross, and the European Union.
Our courses provide students the opportunity to perfect skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students have the option of studying literature, the culture of France and the Francophone world, cinema, and coursework leading to teaching French at the secondary level.
B.A. in World Languages with a concentration in French + Teaching Licensure
The chart below illustrates how to achieve a teaching license while obtaining a B.A. in World Languages with a concentration in French.
|B.A. World Languages with a concentration in French
WLNGF-BA: 30 Credits
|3 cr.||FREN 2311 Intermediate French|
|3-9 cr.||Comparisons and Communities:
|French Teaching Licensure:
WLNGF-BA + SCED minor (30+12+18 cr.)
Complete WLNGF-BA (30 cr., above) and the following two blocks of courses
|Second Language Education Courses|
|3 cr.||LANG 4322 Methods of Teaching 2nd Languages|
|3 cr.||LANG 4323 2nd Language Acquisition|
|3 cr.||LANG 4324 Teaching People of Other Cultures|
|3 cr.||LANG 4325 Second Language Assessment|
|Secondary Education Minor
(18 cr., plus Praxis I and II Exams)
|SCED 3210 Instructional Skills & Assessment
SCED 3110 Instructional Skills Practicum
|SCED 4321 Teaching Diverse Adolescents
SCED 4122 Adolescent Diversity Practicum
SCED 4123 Adolescents with Special Needs
SCED 4124 Classroom Management
|TCED 4600 Student Teaching
SCED 4330 Reflective Teaching
|Recommended: a minor in a subject taught in secondary schools|
|18-24 cr.||Depends on field|
∗∗ An official ACTRL-certified Oral Proficiency Interview is required for all students seeking teacher licensure in French or Spanish. Certification at the Advanced-low oral proficiency level is encouraged.