Dec 01, 2022  
2013-2014 General Catalog 

French, B.A.

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French Degree Requirements

The first four semesters of French or equivalent studies as approved by the department are prerequisite for all students majoring or minoring in language with an emphasis in French. Students with previous language experience, upon demonstration of advanced proficiency, may receive credit by examination for some or all of the following classes: FREN 1010 , FREN 1020 , FREN 2010 , FREN 2020 .

General Education Core

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  • Core Course Requirements 16-17 credits
  • Knowledge Areas Requirements 16 credits

University Requirements

BA Degree – Foreign Language Requirement (16 credits or proficiency test)

All students must satisfy these requirements before achieving advanced standing. All French majors and minors have the following core courses which must be satisfied.

Required Courses (21 Credits)

Electives (9 Credits)

The remaining hours must be 3000 – level and/or 4000 – level courses and can include:

Requirements for Teacher Candidates

Other Electives (39 Credits)

  • Free Electives as approved by the Advisor 39 credits

Total Credits, B.A. degree: 120-122


No course for which a grade lower than “C-“ is received may be counted toward the credit hour requirement for any major or minor emphasis in the department. To qualify for the teaching license, students must complete the sequence of professional education courses listed by the department of teacher education. (See Professional Education Requirements for Secondary Licensure at the end of this section.) Students planning to license in French must enroll in FREN 4900 . Students may be recommended for the Utah Basic Professional Licensure within secondary education by earning the bachelor’s degree and satisfactorily completing the major/minor program. Those working toward the major may also select an appropriate minor.

Professional Education Requirements for Secondary Licensure

Please see the degree requirements for Secondary Education Licensure . Some classes required for the licensure cannot be taken until the teacher candidate has been admitted to the Teacher Education Department. Please consult your advisor or the Teacher Education Department for further instruction.

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