French, Bachelor of Arts
The BA in French is a balanced program of study in language, culture, and literature.
|FR 3010||French History and Civilization||3|
|FR 3020||French Culture and Conversation||3|
|FR 3030||Advanced French (GACO) (TECO)||3|
|FR 3130||Advanced French Composition (WRCO)||3|
|FR 3210||Readings in French I||3|
|FR 3220||Readings in French II||3|
|FR 3410||Quebec Culture and Literature||3|
|FR 4100||Survey of French Literary Masterpieces I||3|
|FR 4110||Survey of French Literary Masterpieces II||3|
|FR 4800||French Capstone Seminar||3|
|FR||French electives [not FRDI]||21|
|LL 2000||Introduction to Language and Linguistics (QRCO)||3|
|LL 4815||The Diversity of Franco Communities in the United States (DICO) (INCO)||3|
|IS 1111||The First Year Seminar: Critical Thinking and the Nature of Inquiry||3|
|CTDI||Creative Thought Directions||6|
|PPDI||Past and Present Directions||6|
|SIDI||Scientific Inquiry Directions||6-8|
|SSDI||Self and Society Directions||6|
Students are encouraged to experience a Junior Year abroad. Students are encouraged to minor in another language or to complete the Applied Linguistics minor.
*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.