A French minor signifies competence in the language, which is important for jobs in many fields in our global economy. It also prepares students for travel in French-speaking countries (there are 29 of them) and is a useful supplement to majors where original sources are in French (political science, history, economics, fine arts, etc.). After completing the College of Arts & Sciences foreign language requirement of 4 semesters of French, only 4 more courses are required to complete a French minor. Two courses from study abroad may count toward the minor. The French minor is both useful and relatively easy to obtain!
Students must complete 15 credit hours of course work taught in French past the third semester, including:
Students should also note:
Students wishing to declare a major or minor in French or a Certificate in Global French are required to meet with our Director of Undergraduate Studies in French.
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Tuesdays 12-2pm drop in advising for French undergraduate programs
T 2-3, 4-5pm drop-in class office hours
Fridays by appointment 8:30-10:15AM & variable afternoon hours -- undergraduate advising
sign up sheet outside of 3171 or email email@example.com for help signing up
Contact Prof. Vance for advice on French courses, declaring a major or minor, Certificate in Global French and transferring French credits from study abroad or from another university.