Begins at the Intermediate French level (FREN 211 French III) or above.
A. Five (5) French courses to be selected from 200-, 300- or above levels
B. Two (2) 400-level French language courses required
C. Two (2) 400-level French literature courses required
D. One (1) 400-level French language or French literature course required
Suggested sequence: FREN 211 & FREN 215; 3 more lower level language or literature courses; 5 400-level courses: 2 @ languages, 2 @ literature, 1 either.
This option is available to students who are seriously interested in the study of linguistics along with learning another language (French). Student is expected to be ready for advanced language courses (300-level).
A. Three (3) Advanced level courses in French Language required (300- and 400-level)
Such as: FREN 445 Phonetics, FREN 451 Advanced Grammar, FREN 453 Stylistics)
B. One (1) Introductory course in Linguistics (LING 118 Introduction to Linguistics Structures)
C. Three (3) additional courses in Linguistics, chosen in consultation with advisers in French and Linguistics
D. Three (3) Advanced level courses in French Literature and Civilization (300- and 400-level)
Such as: FREN 351 Grammar, Composition and Civilization, FREN 361 and/or FREN 362 Masterworks, any FREN 460 or FREN 480/481 series courses)
- A minimum grade of "C" is required for any course in French applied toward the major and defines "satisfactory performance" in the course.
- At least three (3) 400-level courses must be taken on campus.
- Courses from other institutions or Study Aboard, especially at the 400-level, must be approved by student's departmental adviser.
Professor Carrol Coates (LT-616)
Phone: (607) 777-4632
Professor Dora Polachek (LT-506)
Phone: (607) 777-6507
Professor Sandro Sticca (LT-514)
Phone: (607) 777-6784
Last Updated: 9/18/12