The Program of Concentration in French is designed to provide the student with a level of fluency applicable to a variety of professional situations and to give insight into the thought patterns of French and Francophone cultures.
Major requirements include oral and written control of the French language, familiarity with the major movements in French and Francophone literatures, and a good understanding of the histories and culture of France and the Francophone world.
Students interested in teaching French are required to successfully complete a French immersion program for at least one semester (or equivalent summer program) in order to receive a teaching certificate.
- 32 credits (8 courses) at or above the 300 level
- FR 300
- At least one course (4 credits) numbered 300 to 349 before moving on to courses numbered 350 or above
- At least five courses (20 credits) numbered 350 or above
- At least one course (4 credits) in pre-1700 literature, one course (4 credits) in post-1700 literature, and one course (4 credits) in Francophone literatures and cultures
- A 10-12 page research paper written as part of a 350+ level course (4 credits) during junior or senior year
- At least 5 courses (20 credits) at Saint Anselm College
- A semester or summer program in the French-speaking world
- A comprehensive examination administered by the department in the spring semester of senior year
*Candidates for degrees must have an average of 2.0 or higher in the departmental and ancillary courses of the major field of concentration.
Course Sequence Outline
- HU 103 - Conversatio I
- EN 105 - First Year Writing
- Major Language
or other core
- HU 104 - Conversatio II
- EN 105 - First Year Writing or Core
- Major Language