French

French

French is spoken in many parts of Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, North America, and Southwest Asia. Students who learn French discover opportunities in education, business, fashion, music and art, international politics, communications, and tourism.

LANG 105 Elementary French I (3)
This course provides the essentials of basic communication in French, with primary emphasis on oral communication (speaking and understanding oral speech). It is recommended for students with little or no previous knowledge of French. Students who have completed two or more years of high school French or who are native speakers may not register for this course.

LANG 106 Elementary French II (3)
This course is a continuation of LANG 105, Elementary French I.
Prerequisite: LANG 105 Elementary French I, or one to two years of high school French.

LANG 201 Intermediate French I (3)
This is a continued study of the French language. Speaking and reading practices are emphasized through communicative activities, selected readings, and classroom discussion.
Prerequisite: LANG 106 Elementary French II, two years of high school French, or departmental approval.

LANG 202 Intermediate French II (3)
This course provides intensive practice in oral and written communication through readings, compositions, and classroom discussion.
Prerequisite: LANG 106 Elementary French II, two years of high school French, or departmental approval.

LANG 312 Contemporary French Culture (3)
This course offers a study of the institutions and culture of modern France, through periodicals, essays, films and literature. Lectures, readings, discussions, and reports are in French.
Prerequisite: LANG 202 Intermediate French II, or 4 years of high school French, or departmental approval.

LANG 322 Advanced French Conversation (3)
This course provides intensive practice in conversation on an advanced level on selected and varied topics.
Prerequisite: LANG 202 Intermediate French II, or 4 years of high school French, or departmental approval.

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