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French as a Second Academic Concentration

Required: minimum of 24 semester hours

The department offers a 24-hour second academic concentration in French that meets requirements for Elementary and Middle Grades Education (School of Education) and certain other University programs in education. Consult with the Undergraduate Major Advisor for French.

All courses must be at the 300 level or above, including:

  1. Language: 6 s.h. from 301*, 311*, 312*, 313*, 315*, 415*, 497*, 511
  2. Literature and/or Film: 9 s.h. from: 353 (prerequisite to 400- and 500-level literature courses), 453, 454, 498, 507, 553, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, 561, 562
  3. Electives: 9 s.h.

The following courses are excluded for credit toward the second academic concentration: FRE 222, 232, 323. No requirement for the concentration can be met by a grade lower than C-.

*301 may not be taken for credit by students who have successfully completed FRE 315 or above; 311 satisfies both the Phonetics competency and the Conversation requirements for licensure; 312 or 313 (or 311, see above) may be taken to satisfy the Conversation requirement for licensure; 315 or 415 or 497 may be taken to satisfy the Composition requirement for licensure.