1. Complete the following prerequisites (or equivalent):
FREN 101: First-Year French, Part 1.
FREN 102: First-Year French, Part 1.
FREN 201: Intermediate French, Part 1.
FREN 202: Intermediate French, Part 2.
2. Complete the following core courses:
FREN 321: Advanced French, Part 1.
FREN 322: Advanced French, Part 2.
FREN 340: Introduction to Literary Analysis.
3. Complete two courses from the following:
FREN 361: French Civilization from the Beginning to 1715.
FREN 362: French Civilization from 1715 to the Present.
FREN 363: Contemporary France and the Francophone World
4. Complete five courses from the following:
FREN 399R*: Academic Internship: French Language Field Experience
FREN 431: Introduction to French Linguistics.
FREN 432: History of French.
FREN 433: Studies in French Linguistics.
FREN 445R*: Advanced Francophone Culture(study abroad only)
FREN 452R: Studies in Period, Movement, and Theme.
FREN453R: Studies in Genre.
FREN 454R: Studies in Author.
FREN 455R: Studies in Literary Theory.
FREN 456R: Francophone Studies.
FREN 457R: Studies in French Culture.
FREN 458R: Women in French and Francophone Literature
FREN 490R: Mentored Research in French
MSB 596R: Business Language
*No more than 6 of the required 21 elective credit hours can be fulfilled by any combination of 399R and 445.
5. Complete the following:
FREN 495: Senior Portfolio Capstone (OPI and WPI included in capstone course)
Students who need to strengthen oral skills should enroll in Fren 211R, 311R, and 411R.
*Hours include courses that may fulfill university core requirements.