Requirements

Requirements

Thirty advanced courses (10 credits) in all, made up of: 1) The 6-course French language-and-literature unit, consisting of: Reading & Expression 3310; Advanced Communication 3311, 12 or 13; French Literary Tradition I, II and III (3341, 42, and 43), and Advanced French Grammar (3145, 46, and 47).

2) Two focus courses in French (At the 4000-level).
3) Two more French focus courses, or (with permission) CLT courses.
4) A comprehensive exam, taken early in the Spring semester of the senior year.

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