This program is designed to provide students with skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing French. It also gives students a greater understanding of French culture and civilization and prepares them for greater international and domestic career opportunities.
For the suggested sequence of courses to be taken, and/or for assistance in transferring to a four-year institution, students should consult the Counseling Center or the Department of World Languages.
Foreign Broadcast Specialist1
United Nations Guide
Bachelor’s Degree or higher required.
Bachelor Degree normally recommended.
The Program-level Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs) below are outcomes that students will achieve after completing specific degree / certificate requirements in this program. Students will:
- Utilize more complex vocabulary and grammatical structures to communicate and discuss hypothetical situations dealing with nature, city, life, health, and well-being, professions and occupations, the arts, current events, and politics.
- Utilize more complex vocabulary and grammatical structures to write about situations dealing with nature, city, life, health and well-being, professions, and occupations, the arts, current events, and politics.
- Use language and vocabulary skills developed in class to read, analyze, and interpret authentic texts.
Associate Degree Major Requirements
|FREN-152||The French-Speaking World: A Cross- -Cultural Perspective||3|
|FREN-250||Conversational French I||3|
|FREN-251||Conversational French II||3|
Plus General Education and Elective Requirements
Certificate of Achievement
Any student who wishes to complete only the requirements listed above qualifies for a Certificate of Achievement in French. An official request must be filed with the Admissions and Records Office prior to the deadline as stated in the Academic Calendar.