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Undergraduate Catalog | 2016-2017 Previous Edition

Francophone Studies, Minor


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The Minor in Francophone Studies allows students interested in topics related to the French-speaking world the opportunity to acquire a basic level of cultural competency by taking courses taught in English and offered across a range of disciplines; including, but not limited to: Africana Studies, Film, History, Latin American Studies, Languages and Culture Studies, Philosophy, and Women's Studies. In addition to fostering critical thinking and other transferable skills, the broad base of knowledge about Francophone-related topics that students acquire in this minor positions them to work for companies and agencies that serve the growing Francophone population in our region and worldwide. Career possibilities include: 1) the foreign service, the military, and other governmental agencies; 2) non-governmental organizations with an emphasis on international or cross-cultural orientations; and 3) international business.

Program Requirements


Required Courses


Students must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours in courses approved for Francophone Studies credit.

Foreign Language Requirement


Students must demonstrate linguistic competency equivalent to three semesters of French language (FREN 2200 , FREN 2201 , FREN 2210, or equivalent) prior to completion of the minor.

Study Abroad Experience


Courses taken while studying abroad may count toward the Minor in Francophone Studies. To learn more about programs in Martinique and Limoges, France, contact the program director.

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