College of Arts & Sciences
New students can take the Placement Exam anytime in the Advising Center, located in the Howard building.
Courses in French enable the student to learn the French language and become familiar with Francophone cultures. Majors in French also study the outstanding figures of Francophone literatures and civilizations, and are prepared for careers in teaching, government service and private corporations.
Study Abroad - Study abroad is strongly encouraged for all students, particularly for minors and majors. JU has a summer program in Paris, where all levels of French can be studied.
A major in French must meet the following requirements:
* A minimum of 27 credit hours in French courses numbered 200 and above.
* A maximum of 42 credit hours of which three (3) hours must be a writing intensive course chosen from the following list: * COMM 207, ENGL 302 or ENGL 304.
* The University speech requirement may be met by electing one (1) COM speech course.
A minor in French requires a minimum of 15 credit hours in courses numbered 200 and above.
Students who place at the 300 level on the French placement exam will be awarded six (6) hours of credit for FREN 201 and 202 upon satisfactory completion, with a grade of “C” or better, of a 300- or 400-level course. Students who do not subsequently enroll in and complete a 300- or 400-level course will still have satisfied the general education requirement, but without academic credit.
A student must complete either French 301 or 302, or obtain the consent of the department before enrolling in a more advanced course.
FRENCH EDUCATION - SECONDARY LEVEL
Students who plan to teach French on the secondary level should complete the education minor in consultation with the School of Education early in their academic careers to determine the specific requirements.
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