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French language majors may lead to positions in teaching, research, journalism, government, or business. Languages are a valuable asset to scientists, historians, lawyers, sales persons, musicians, travelers — in fact, to almost anyone. Language study affords new perspectives on the world and on one’s mother tongue. It is intriguing to read newspapers, magazines, poems, and stories in French, and even more fascinating to talk with people from, or in, French-speaking regions.


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The Program


Elementary French - FR 1

A systematic presentation of language patterns and of the underlying cultural ideas necessary for communicating in the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are introduced to the life, culture, and language of the French-speaking populations. Ten hours of supplemental learning in a Success Center that supports this course is required. This course corresponds to the first year of high school French.

Elementary French - FR 2

Continued systematic presentation of language patterns and of the underlying cultural ideas that lead to facility in the four basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Reading selections introduce various aspects of the life and culture of the French-speaking peoples. Ten hours of supplemental learning in a Success Center that supports this course is required.

French Conversation - FR 15

Practice in listening to and speaking French, with emphasis on everyday speech patterns. Subjects for extemporaneous conversation stress practical situations and cultural background.




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