College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Modern Languages
and Literature
French Major

  TOTAL HOURS: 36 credit hours
  Required:   27 credit hours
  Electives:   9 credit hours
         
  REQUIRED COURSES    
         
    FREN 040 Intensive Grammar (3)
    FREN 050 Oral Expressions I (3)
    FREN 052 Reading/Writing Workshop (3)
    FREN 060 Textual Analysis (3)
    FREN 077 Advanced Grammar and Composition (3)
    FREN 082 Survey of French Literature and Civ I (3)
    FREN 083 Survey of French Literature and Civ II (3)
    FREN 084 Survey of African Francophone Literature and Civilization I (3)
    FREN 085 Survey of Afro-Caribbean Literature and Civilization (3)
         
         

FRENCH MINOR

TOTAL HOURS: 18 credit hours
Required: 12 credit hours
Electives: 9 credit hours
   

REQUIRED COURSES

  Track I  
  FREN 040 Intensive Grammar Review 3
  FREN 050 Oral Expression I 3
  FREN 052 Reading/ Writing Workshop 3
  FREN 060 Textual Analysis 3
       

ELECTIVES (Major and Minor)

  FREN 020 Simultaneous Interpretations 3 FREN 171 French Linguistics 3
  FREN 051 Oral Expression II 3 FREN 172 French Phonetics 3
  FREN 064 French for News Media 3 FREN 177 French-English Translation 3
  FREN 078 Business French 3 FREN 194 Francophonic through Film 3
  FREN 090 Société Française Contemporaine 3 FREN 111 Medieval French Lit. 3
      3 FREN 115 16th Century French Lit. 3

 

 

Undergraduate Secondary Professional Minor (30 credit hours)

Listed below are the courses required for teacher certification for grades 7th through 12th. Only students enrolled in approved majors are eligible to follow this certification sequence. The approved majors are: English, Mathematics, History, Physical Education, and Science. Students pursuing this course of study are required to maintian a 2.3 cumulative grade point average (GPA) and a 2.5 GPA in their major and education courses. Only education courses with a grade of "C" or better will be accepted.

 
Freshman Year
  SEED 001 Intro to Teaching Secondary (3)   SEED 005 Educational Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence (3)
          OR
        SEED 029 Educational Psychology: Learning (3)
           
 
Sophomore Year
  SEED 150 Survey of the Exceptional Child (3)   SEED 039 Social Foundation of Urban Education (3)
           
 
Junior Year
  SEED 160 Improvement of Reading (3)   SEED 110 Educational Technology and Computers (3)
           
 
Senior Year
    Methods (Consult School of Education advisor) (3)   SEED 135 Student Teaching and Classroom Management Seminar (9) (**Applications for student teaching must be submitted the semsters prior to taking this course)
           
           

 

  SEED 001 Introduction to Teaching   SEED 110 Educational Technology and Computers
  SEED 005 Educational Psychology   SEED 196 Teaching Social Studies
  SEED 039 Social Foundations of Urban Education   SEED 160 Improvement of Reading
  SEED 150 Survey and Education of Exceptional Children   SEED 135 Student Teaching and Management