The French minor requires 18 credit hours, taken in 200-, 300- or 400-level French and none at the 100-level. Courses taken at other universities, including study abroad, must be at the appropriate levels. All courses applied to the minor must be taught in French, except translation courses. At least 50% of the French minor credit will be taken at the 300 level or higher.
French Minor - 18 hoursFRE - 205
French students can enrich their learning through activities with the French club, individual research with faculty, study abroad opportunities, and an annual field trip to the French Film Festival in Richmond, Va.
: Intermediate French I (3 cr.)Students who place at the 206 or higher level will take an additional 200 or 300 level course in place of 205 in order to meet the 18 hour minimum for minors at Meredith College.
Take one or two of the following - 3-6 credit hours
FRE - 206
: Introduction to Francophone Cultures (3 cr.)FRE - 207
: Intermediate Conversation in French (3 cr.)FRE - 208
: French Cuisine, Culture and Hospitality (3 cr.)
Electives chosen from 300 and 400-level courses - 9 -12 credit hours
FRE - 302
: Topics in Language and Culture (varied course cr.)FRE - 304
: French Civilization (3 cr.)FRE - 305
: French Theatre and Phonetics Practicum (3 cr.)FRE - 306
: Advanced French Communication and the Media (3 cr.)FRE - 307
: Advanced Conversation (3 cr.)FRE - 308
: Francophone Literature (3 cr.)FRE - 309
: French Women Writers (3 cr.)FRE - 335
: Paris in Literature and the Visual Arts (3 cr.)FRE - 385
: Basic Concepts of French Translation (3 cr.)FRE - 386
: Advanced French Translation Practice (3 cr.)
Curriculum requirements and course descriptions are subject to changes with each catalogue.
Associate Professor of World Languages and Cultures; Department Head
109 Martin Hall