And courses at the 300 or 400-level in the French Section (including either FREN 314 or FREN 315).
(Students cannot enroll in FREN 303 after they have completed 305 OR any other higher level FREN course.)
A minimum of 15 elective credits from FREN 151, either FREN 210 or FREN 212 (but not both) and courses taken at the 300 and 400-level in the French Section, and up to 9 credits from courses outside the French section provided that these courses are relevant to French and Francophone studies, have been chosen in consultation with the major advisor, and have been approved by the French Section. No more than 9 credits from courses not taught in French shall be counted for the major.
All majors in French are strongly encouraged to include study abroad in a French-speaking location at some point in their undergraduate experience.
Students will choose their faculty advisor from among the French faculty when declaring their major in French. Students considering a career in teaching are strongly encouraged to consult with Professor Kulick when designing their major in French. The French section actively supports faculty-mentored independent student research and strongly encourages qualified students to consider writing an honors thesis.