Minor in French

The minor in French consists of 21 hours above the 1000 level. Fifteen hours must be in upper-level courses, with at least three hours at the 4000 level as specified below. A grade of C or greater is required in all courses specified for the minor.

French minors are strongly encouraged to enroll in LANG 4322 – Teaching Second Languages. This course does not count as part of the 21 hours in French.

Communications (9 hours)

6 hours from the following:

  • FREN 3310 – Integrated Skills I
  • FREN 3311 – Integrated Skills II
  • FREN 3312 – Integrated Skills III

3 hours from the following:

  • FREN 2315 – Intermediate Conversational French
  • FREN 3115 – Advanced Conversation
  • FREN 3116 – Advanced Conversation
  • FREN 3117 – Advanced Conversation

Cultures (3 hours)

  • FREN 3334 – French Culture and Civilization I
  • FREN 3335 – French Culture and Civilization II
  • FREN 3336 – Francophone Cultures

Comparisons and Communities (3 hours)

  • FREN 3316 – French Pronunciation
  • FREN 4316 – Advanced Listening and Pronunciation
  • FREN 4141 – French Practicum
  • FREN 4142 – French Practicum
  • FREN 4143 – French Practicum
  • FREN 4350 – Senior Project
  • LANG 3390 – Language Study Abroad

Connections (3 hours)

  • FREN 3321 – French Short Stories
  • FREN 3332 – Introduction to French Literature
  • FREN 3333 – Selected Readings in French Literature
  • FREN 4331 – Writings: Historical Perspective
  • FREN 4341 – Writings: Modern Perspective
  • FREN 4351 – Cinema
  • FREN 4361 – Seminar
  • FREN 4362 – Seminar