French Minor

Develop your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills in the French language with a minor in French. You will study basic grammar and conversation, composition and reading, as well as explore the identity of French-speaking peoples through courses in the history, literature, and culture of the French-speaking world. Students are encouraged to apply and deepen their French language skills by studying abroad.

Minor in French (12 hours)

  • MLFR 203 French Language and Reading I

Two of the following:

  • MLFR 304 French Language and Reading II
  • MLFR 305 Advanced French Composition
  • MLFR 306 Advanced French Conversation
  • MLFR 370 French Civilization

One of the following:

  • MLFR 408 The Culture of Business in the French-Speaking World
  • MLFR 420 French Cinema
  • MLFR 440 Contemporary France
  • MLFR 450 French Literature in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
  • MLFR 452 17th-Century French Literature
  • MLFR 453 18th -Century French Literature
  • MLFR 454 19th-Century French Novel
  • MLFR 455 19th-Century French Poetry
  • MLFR 457 20th-Century French Novel
  • MLFR 462 Francophone Cultures and Literature
  • MLFR 490 Topics in French Literature
  • MLFR 491 Topics in French Studies
  • MLFR 497 Independent Study (when appropriate)