French: Requirements for the Minor

Disciplinary Minor

Supporting Courses, (6 credits)

FRENCH 202: Intermediate French Language II (3 credits)
(can be earned through retroactive credit)

FRENCH 225: Intermediate French Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses, (12 credits)

FRENCH 325: Advanced French Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

FRENCH 329: Representative French Authors (3 credits)

Electives, choose two of these:

FRENCH 329: Representative French Authors (3 credits)

FRENCH 333: Literary Themes (3 credits)

FRENCH 345: Advanced French Grammar and Translation (3 credits)

FRENCH 346: French Phonetics and Public Speaking (3 credits)

FRENCH 354: France Today (3 credits)

FRENCH 355: LeMonde Francophone (3 credits)

FRENCH 367: Business French (3 credits)

FRENCH 498: Independent Study (1-4 credits)
(in advanced language, literature, or cultural studies; with adviser’s consent)

FRENCH 499: Travel Course (1-6 credits)
(Some upper-level courses may be repeated for credit when course content varies. See adviser.)

Requirements for the French Minor for Students Seeking Teaching Certification

This minor requires admission to the Education Program and completion of a major in Education. The teaching minor in French also fulfills requirements for the UW-Green Bay minor in French.

Supporting Courses, (6 credits)

Required:

FRENCH 202: Intermediate French Language II (3 credits)

FRENCH 225: Intermediate French Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses, (18 credits)

EDUC 311: Teaching Foreign Languages (3 credits)

FRENCH 325: Advanced French Conversation and Composition (3 credits)

FRENCH 329: Representative French Authors (3 credits)

FRENCH 345: Advanced French Grammar and Translation (3 credits)

FRENCH 346: French Phonetics and Public Speaking (3 credits)

Electives, choose one of these:

FRENCH 354: France Today (3 credits)

FRENCH 355: LeMonde Francophone (3 credits)

The following is required of all students seeking teacher certification in French:

  • An oral proficiency exam must be 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.