French and Francophone Studies Emphasis for Students Seeking Teaching Certification
This disciplinary emphasis also requires:1
- Admission to the Education Program.
- Completion of the interdisciplinary major in Education.
- An oral proficiency exam successfully completed before student can be approved for student teaching.
- Student is required to spend an appropriate period of time in a country where French is spoken or participate in an approved immersion program.
|Intermediate French Language II|
|Intermediate French Conversation and Composition|
|Teaching Foreign Languages|
|Advanced French Conversation and Composition 2|
|Representative French Authors 2|
|Advanced French Grammar and Translation|
|French Phonetics and Public Speaking|
Elective Courses (choose 3 credits):
|Le Monde Francophone|
French and Francophone studies is a disciplinary major. If the teaching emphasis in the minor is completed, the interdisciplinary requirement is met for degree completion.
Some upper-level courses are repeatable for credit when course topic varies. See adviser.