Major

Overview of the French Major

In courses for the major, students gain understanding of Francophone literatures, civilizations, and contemporary cultures as they develop analytical and communication skills in the language.

200-level courses are divided into two sequences. In 250-level courses, students practice and refine their emerging language skills through textual analysis, writing, and discussion. In 270-level courses, students explore the diverse cultures and literatures of the Francophone world.

300-level courses build upon the interpretive skills and knowledge of the Francophone world acquired by students in 270-level courses. 300-level courses examine a particular topic or genre as well as critical or theoretical issues associated with it through the analysis of representative works.

Requirements for Language Major:

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/french/

Requirements for a French Major with K-12 Teaching Licensure:

http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/french/