French in the Business World

FRIT F317 — Spring 2020

Instructor
Guillaume Ansart
Location
Global and International Studies Building 0009
Days and Times
TR, 1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.
Course Description

Introduction to the language of business activities in France and to the structure and functioning of various aspects of contemporary French economic life. Awareness of the general cultural context within which business activities take place in France will also be an important dimension of the course. Weekly exercises will include oral activities as well as reading and writing (translation, reading of articles from French newspapers and magazines on current economic issues, etc...). Course taught in French. No previous knowledge of the world of French business is required.

Required text: R.-J. Berg, Parlons Affaires !

Prerequisite: F250 or equivalent.

Class number: 2526

3 credits

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