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Requirements for Major

The department offers a major in French Studies (FS) and beginning Fall 2015 a French Interdisciplinary Track (FIT). The requirements for the French Studies major are French 310 and 314 plus any three out of the following 300-level courses (312, 313, 331, 341, 351, 385, 391) and three 400-level French courses (460, 488, 490). All courses must be taken for letter grade. The requirements for the French Studies major with an Interdisciplinary Track are French 310 and 314 (in French) plus French 341 and one 300-level course in another department (in English) plus one out of the following 300-level courses (in French) (312, 313, 331, 351, 391) and three 400-level French courses (460 or 488 (in French), 471 and 497 (in English). All courses must be taken for letter grade.


NOTE:
--A total of 8 courses at the 300- and 400-levels are required for the major; students who for any reason exempt one of the courses in the required sequence should take another upper-level course to complete the required number.
--Students who study in Paris with EDUCO may find they are taking courses for which the assigned Emory equivalence is FREN 371 or FREN 381. These are special numbers reserved only for certain EDUCO courses, and they do count as 300-level courses toward the French major.

Requirements for Minor

The French Studies minor consists of French 203 or 205, 310, 314 plus two additional courses at the 300-level, excluding French 341. French 313 may count as one of the 300-level, and is strongly recommended for a French Studies minor. In certain cases, qualified students may obtain permission from the Director of Undergraduate Studies to take one course at the 400-level. All courses must be taken for letter grade.

NOTE: Students who begin taking French at Emory at higher level than 203 will still be expected to take a total of five courses to earn the minor, and should consult with the DUS regarding course selection.

 

 

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