2019 Fall Term
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BEGINNING FRENCH I
Introductory French language course designed to help students develop written, oral, reading, and cultural competency.
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
Intermediate French language course designed to help students further develop written, oral, reading, and cultural competency. Not open to native speakers.
INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II
Continuation of French 251. Intermediate French language course designed to help students further develop written, oral, reading, and cultural competency. Not open to native speakers.
ADVANCED FRENCH LANGUAGE STUDY I
A thorough study of the structure of the language. Practical application through conversation and composition.
Study of the political, social, intellectual, artistic and literary development of France, from the Middle Ages to the present.
INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH TRANSLATION
Students learn basics of French to English translation by studying the history of translation as well as linguistic, cultural, professional, and ethical aspects of translation. They will then apply these concepts to translate a variety of genres, from technical, medical, and legal texts to literary and audiovisual texts. Class is taught in French and English.
A course designed to maintain and increase oral fluency in French. Emphasis on spontaneous use of the language. Repeatable five times for maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.
SURVEY OF FRENCH LITERATURE
General history of French literature from its beginning to the end of the eighteenth century. Reading of representative works of prose and poetry.
INTERNSHIP IN FRENCH
Internships are available in business, government or social service agencies for suitably prepared students wishing to pursue a career that involves foreign languages. Repeatable. Satisfactory/No Credit Grade Basis Only.
Variable topics. Repeatable.
Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member. Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits in major/degree.