French: Requirements for the Minor

Disciplinary Minor

Supporting Courses, (6 credits):

Required:

Note: FRENCH 202 can be earned through retroactive credits.

FRENCH 202: Intermediate French Language II (3 credits)

FRENCH 225: Intermediate French Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses, (12 credits):

(Some upper-level courses may be repeated for credit when course content varies. See adviser.)

Required:

FRENCH 325: Advanced French Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

FRENCH 329: Representative French Authors (3 credits)

Two (2) of These:

Note: FRENCH 498 should be in advanced language, literature, or cultural studies and requires adviser's consent.

FRENCH 329: Representative French Authors (3 credits)

FRENCH 333: Literary Themes (3 credits)

FRENCH 345: Advanced French Grammar and Translation (3 credits)

FRENCH 346: French Phonetics and Public Speaking (3 credits)

FRENCH 354: France Today (3 credits)

FRENCH 355: LeMonde Francophone (3 credits)

FRENCH 367: Business French (3 credits)

FRENCH 498: Independent Study (1-4 credits)

FRENCH 499: Travel Course (1-6 credits)

Requirements for the French Minor for Students Seeking Teaching Certification

This minor requires admission to the Education Program and completion of a major in Education. The teaching minor in French also fulfills requirements for the UW-Green Bay minor in French.

Supporting Courses, 6 credits

Required:

FRENCH 202: Intermediate French Language II (3 credits)

FRENCH 225: Intermediate French Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses, (18 credits):

Required:

EDUC 311: Teaching Foreign Languages (3 credits)

FRENCH 325: Advanced French Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

FRENCH 329: Representative French Authors (3 credits)

FRENCH 345: Advanced French Grammar and Translation (3 credits)

FRENCH 346: French Phonetics and Public Speaking (3 credits)

One (1) of These:

FRENCH 354: France Today (3 credits)

FRENCH 355: LeMonde Francophone (3 credits)

Requirement:

The following is required of all students seeking teacher certification in French:

  • An oral proficiency exam must be successfully completed before student can be approved for student teaching.
  • Student is required to spend an appropriate period of time in a country where French is spoken or participate in an approved immersion program.