College of Letters and Science
- Bachelor of Arts
Souhaitez-vous étudier le français? Majors in French work on four language skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing in French. Students also study the rich intellectual, literary and cultural history of France and the French-speaking world from the Middle Ages through the present day. Courses offered include literature, culture, film and linguistics.
You will begin your French major coursework with two years of training in essential language skills, including reading, composition, speaking and understanding. You will also study basic principles of linguistics and literary analysis. At the upper division level , your study will broaden to include French literature from varying genres and historical periods. You may tailor your major to your interests with courses in French history, art and civilization and build practical skills with advanced coursework in French language and translation.
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