Program Coordinator and Undergraduate Adviser: Elizabeth Wright
Graduate Coordinator: Delphine Perret
Associate Professors—Herrera, Perret
Minor in French
M.A. in French
Our program emphasizes training in the four language skills—listening, speaking, reading, and writing as the basic groundwork for more advanced study of the language, literature, and culture. The aim is to broaden students' cultural perspectives by introducing them to various aspects of French and Francophone cultures as they are manifested throughout the world. Students who complete a French major should have both the linguistic and cultural preparation to be able to function at a fairly advanced level in a French-speaking society or with French speakers, and have developed a tolerance for forms of expression and ways of life different from their own. It is hoped that this will prepare them both to pursue careers and to participate fully in today's and tomorrow's global cultures.
See Foreign Languages and Literatures for general information on degree programs.
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN FRENCH
Courses for this discipline are listed in alphabetical sequence (see French discipline in the Announcement of Courses section). All upper division courses are conducted in French, and students are expected to use French in their speaking, reading, and writing.
Units FR 301 French Phonetics 3 FR 305 French Composition 3 FR 306 Advanced Conversation 3 FR 325 French Linguistics 3 FR 400 French Culture 3 FR 500 Introduction to Literary Texts 3 Upper division electives on advisement 12 Total 30
FR 301 French Phonetics 3 FR 305 French Composition 3 FR 306 Advanced Conversation 3 FR 325 French Linguistics 3 FR 400 French Culture 3 FR 500 Introduction to Literary Texts 3 Electives on advisement 3 Total 21
Upper division courses in French may be considered, upon approval of the graduate adviser, with the exception of FR 301, 305, 306, 325, 400, and 500.
Program Units Graduate courses in French 15 Upper division or graduate courses in French language, literature, or civilization 6 Upper division or graduate courses in French or in related subjects, with approval of graduate adviser 9 Minimum total 30 and Master's Comprehensive Written and Oral ExaminationsThe student is admitted to oral examination upon passing the written examination. Both examinations may be attempted not more than two times.
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