**The below information has been altered from the published version of the catalog. A typo has been corrected in the listing of upper division course choices. **
Bachelor of Arts in French and Francophone Studies (code RGR_BA01) (120 units)
The major in French consists of 36 upper-division units in the 300-400 level courses indicated below. The number of lower-division units will depend on the amount of French studied previously in high school or college, since students with prior study of French may enter at advanced standing (usually second or third year). The major program satisfies the requirements for the Single-Subject teaching credential in French, but credential candidates must take FREN 414 (Phonetics). Major students should be mindful of the Department's second language requirement: two college years or equivalent of a second foreign language, other than English. The Department also recommends inclusion of specified history courses in the program of study. These courses offer additional enrichment to the cultural component of the student's course of study.
- FREN 214 Intermediate Conversation (3)
- (Does not count toward the required 36 units)
Upper Division (minimum 36 units):
- Take all of the following courses:
- FREN 312A Advanced French I (3)
- FREN 312B Advanced French II (3)
- FREN 314 Advanced Conversation (3)
- FREN 335 Survey of French Literature I (3)
- FREN 336 Survey of French Literature II (3)
- FREN 337 Survey of French Literature III: 20th Century French and Francophone Literatures (3)
- FREN 411 Advanced French Syntax & Composition (3)
- FREN 440 French Civilization (3)
- FREN 480 Senior Seminar: Self and Society (3)
- Take three courses from the following:
- FREN 414, 456, 460, 462, 470, 471, 472, 474, 475, 476, 477, 479, 490; one of the following courses may also be used in this category: RGR 346I, 450I.
- Candidates for the teaching credential must take FREN 414.
- Two years of a second foreign language at college level or equivalent is required of all majors.
- Students specializing in French should include the following courses in their program of study: HIST 131, 132, and one or more of the following: HIST 335, 336, 337. A selection from the following courses would also be appropriate: HIST 332, 333; RGR 346I, 450I.