Undergraduate Course Offerings

Courses taught in French:  Students are placed into French courses according to the results of their placement test.  All French course offerings are taught in French unless labelled otherwise.

Courses taught in English:  There is no prerequisite needed in French.  Courses may count towards the minor.  Majors may take either one course taught in English or one course taught outside the department on a Francophone topic (with prior written approval of the Undergraduate Director).  Courses will be listed as:  Taught in English.

Additional Guidelines:

  • Students must complete French 132 before taking any 200-level course.
  • Students who have taken a 200-level course may not take a 100-level course.
  • You cannot take both 215 AND 217.
  • You cannot take both 216 AND 218.
  • French 215 (or 217) and 216 (or 218) are prerequisites to all 300 and 400 level courses.
  • Students who place above the 200-level or who wish to request exceptions should contact the Undergraduate Director.
  • It is recommended, but not required, that students take 6 credits at the 300-level before taking 400-level courses.
  • For complete major and minor requirements, please go to:  majoring & minoring in French.