Co-Major

Twenty-one (21) semester hours in French courses numbered above 1999, selected in consultation with the French advisor, plus twenty-one (21) semester hours above the 1999 level in one of the following divisions: French, German, Italian, Russian or Spanish. The student should consult with the advisor of the second language to select appropriate courses. One second year course must be used to satisfy the College or University language requirement. A minimum of C- is required for every course taken for the Co-Major. A Co-Major in French and Another Foreign Language does NOT require a minor.

Majors in French and Francophone Studies are eligible for the Ada Belle Winthrop-King summer scholarships to Paris in partial fulfillment of the above-stated requirements.

GUIDELINES FOR COURSE APPROVAL: WHICH COURSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH WILL SATISFY MY CO-MAJOR?

At the 3000 level and above, some French courses are taught in French while others are taught in English. Depending on the language in which students write their assignments, courses taught in English may count towards Major or Minor programs as follows:

Students in the French co-major may take one single course taught in English with written work done in English to satisfy the requirements of the French part of the co-major.

Legacy Sort
9
Legacy Priority
7