Ph.D. Minors

Our Ph.D. minors

We offer three Ph.D. minors to graduate students pursuing degrees outside of our department.

  • French/Francophone Studies Ph.D. minor
  • French Linguistics Ph.D. minor
  • Italian Studies Ph.D. minor

French/Francophone Studies Ph.D. minor

Doctoral students from other departments may receive a minor in French/Francophone Studies by successfully completing no fewer than four French literature courses (12 credit hours) at the 500-level or above.

Selection of the particular courses to be counted must be made in consultation with Professor Oana Panaïté, the director of graduate studies in French/Francophone Studies.

French Linguistics Ph.D. minor

Doctoral students from other departments may receive a minor in French Linguistics by successfully completing no fewer than four French Linguistics courses (12 credit hours) at the 500-level or above. Doctoral students in French Literature may receive a minor in French Linguistics by successfully completing no fewer than 3 French Linguistics courses (9 credit hours, 500-level or above) in addition to F603, for a total of 4 courses.

Selection of the particular courses to be counted must be made in consultation with Professor Kevin Rottet, the director of graduate studies in French Linguistics.

Italian Studies Ph.D. minor

Doctoral students from other departments may receive a minor in Italian by successfully completing no fewer than four Italian courses (12 credit hours) listed in the Graduate School Bulletin as carrying graduate credit.

Selection of the particular courses to be counted must be made in consultation with Professor Marco Arnaudo, the director of graduate studies in Italian.

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