Minor in French
A minor in French includes four introductory lower-division courses and a minimum of 15 credits at the 300 and 400 levels.
|FREN 101||First Year French I||4|
|FREN 102||First Year French II||4|
|FREN 201||Second Year French I||4|
|FREN 202||Second Year French II||4|
Students are required to take a minimum of one 300/400 level course in each of the categories. The capstone course may be used to fulfill the minor but is not required. The majority of 300/400 level courses have the potential to fulfill more than one category. Therefore, once a course has been designated, either by the student or the advisor, as fulfilling the requirements in one category, it may not also be used to fulfill the requirements of a second category.
Students are encouraged to participate in programs of travel and study in one or more French speaking countries. Credits earned on such programs may be counted toward a major or a minor in French. However, all majors and minors are required to take on campus a minimum of one course in each of the three areas (see above), regardless of the number of credits acquired through transfer, including study abroad.