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French and Francophone Studies
Degree Requirements

NOTE: The degree requirements listed below are applicable to all students entering during academic year 2016-2017. Students who entered during a previous academic year should view the degree requirements in their entering year catalog in the catalog archives. Students who wish to switch to the 2016-17 major and minor requirements should submit a new Declaration of Major or Declaration of Minor form to the M Center.

Students who wish to major in French and Francophone Studies are encouraged to pursue the individualized major option.

Transcultural Francophone Studies Minor
(a mimimum of 24 semester course credits)

Required:

FREN 001 Beginning French (4)

FREN 002 Beginning French (4)

FREN 003 Intermediate French (4)

FREN 004 Intermediate French (4)

FREN 100 Advanced Grammar and Writing (4)

Upper division courses (choose one of the following)

FREN 102 Introduction to Francophone Literature (4)

FREN 145 The Francophone Levant and the Ottoman Empire (4)

FREN 146 Contemporary French/Francophone Theory (4)

FREN 143 Popular Tales: A Cross-Cultural Comparison (4)

FREN 147 Dangerous Crossings: War and Migration in Francophone African and Middle Eastern Literature (4)

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Last Updated: 3/15/16