The minor in French provides students with the components of a well-rounded education in French: knowledge of the language (through conversation, composition, and grammar) combined with the study of literature and civilization.
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Total credits: 18
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|FREN 309||Reading and Writing Skills Development||6|
|FREN 380||The Making of Modern France||3|
|FREN 340||Francophone Identities||3|
|or FREN 385||Introduction to French Linguistics|
|Select two electives in FREN at the 300 level or above 1||6|
One elective course in English may be applied to the minor. This may be chosen from FREN 325 Major French Writers (Topic Varies) (Mason Core) or FREN 329 Problems of Western Civilization in French Literature (Mason Core), or from a FRLN or non-MCL course with approval. Students choose electives in consultation with an advisor.