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  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Modern Languages and Cultures (BA) - Concentration in Professional French


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Modern Languages & Cultures Department

 

Requirements for the Major - Credits: 30


Major Prerequisite Courses or Equivalent


Exemption is possible from this course according to performance on the placement test. CLEP, AP, and OPI credits are accepted.

Basic Skills Courses - Credits: 12


Exemption is possible from these courses according to performance on the placement test. CLEP, AP and OPI credits are accepted for some of the following courses.

One of the following civilization courses - Credits: 3


One of the following conversation courses - Credits: 3


Electives: Credits 0-12


Choose electives to complete 30 credits for the major. Any 300 or 400 level French course may be chosen as an elective, including the conversation or civilization courses not chosen above.

Minor or Major or Certificate in a Selected Field


Students pursuing a BA in French, Professional Track must also complete a minor or second major in any other discipline or certificate (30 credits) in any other discipline outside the MLC Department. The selected minor or major or certificate must be approved by the student’s MLC adviser and by the Chair of the MLC Department.

Non-Credit Requirement


Student must complete a Capstone Experience:

Capstone: Students’ research must be conducted in their minor area or second major and the final product will be a written paper and an oral presentation in the French language.

Students can choose from three (3) options to complete the Capstone Experience requirement: Internship Presentation, Study Abroad Presentation or Research Presentation, depending on their area of interest.

The Internship Experience must be approved by the Modern Language chair and the student’s advisor in Modern Languages.

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