FRENCH (FREN)

FREN-101 ELEM. FRENCH I (3 Credits)

The fundamentals of French grammar and structure. Seeks to develop language proficiency through communicative methods and culturally oriented materials.

FREN-102 ELEM. FRENCH II (3 Credits)

The fundamentals of French grammar and structure. Seeks to develop language proficiency through communicative methods and culturally oriented materials.

Prerequisite(s): Take FREN-101

FREN-201 INTERMED FRENCH I (3 Credits)

A systematic review of French grammar with reading, practice in conversation and language analysis of selected literary texts and cultural materials.

Prerequisite(s): Take FREN-102

FREN-202 INTERMED FRENCH II (3 Credits)

A systematic review of French grammar with reading, practice in conversation and language analysis of selected literary texts and cultural materials.

Prerequisite(s): Take FREN-201

FREN-202H INTERMED FRENCH (HONORS) (3 Credits)

Restrictions: RG.HON

FREN-301 FRENCH CONV & READ 1 (3 Credits)

Conversation and reading at the intermediate/ advanced level stressing new vocabulary and idiomatic expressions.

Prerequisite(s): Take FREN-202

FREN-406 NOVELS & POETRY OF 20TH CENT (3 Credits)

Analysis of representative works of the major novelists and poets of the Twentieth Century.

Prerequisite(s): Take FREN-302

FREN-435 SP.TOP. FRENCH: LIT & CULT (1-6 Credits)

Directed readings and research in topics dealing with Francophone cultures and literatures.

FREN-450 COMPREHENSIVE EXAM (0 Credits)

Students who are graduating with a major in French must register for this course in the semester of their official graduation. Students who are majoring in Modern Languages must register for this course is French is their primary language. Registering in this course will enable students to take the required Comprehensive Exam. A grade of 75% will be necessary to pass the exam and the class.

Restrictions: RG.FREN

FREN-480 FRENCH LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION (3 Credits)

Offered in English. This course introduces works of major French novelists, poets and playwrights from the Middle Ages to modern times. 3 credits. Fall or Spring.