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Sample First and Second Year Programs

For students beginning the major as first-year students

Courses typically taken by a first year French major:

Fall Spring
Hum 110 Hum 110
Fren 110 or 210  Fren 110 or 210
Group I or III course Group I or III course


Courses typically taken by a second year French major:

Fall Spring
Fren 210 or 320 Fren 210 or 320
Group I course (e.g. Hum 200-level)  Group I course (e.g. Hum 200-level) 
English literature (200 level) or other non-French literature course (300 level)  English literature (200 level) or other non-French literature course (300 level) 
Group I or III course Group I or III course

 


For students beginning the major as sophomores

Courses typically taken by a first year French major:

Fall Spring
French 210 French 210
Group I course (e.g. Hum 200-level)  Group I course (e.g. Hum 200-level)
English literature (200 level) or non-French literature course (300 level) English literature (200 level) or non-French literature course (300 level)
Group I or III course Group I or III course


Courses typically taken by a second year French major:

Fall Spring
French 320 French 320
French 331, 332, 333, or 334 French 331, 332, 333, or 334
Course in Division of the Arts French elective
Group I or III course Group I or III course

 

Off-campus Study Options

The French department encourages its majors to spend some time abroad, and to that end it has instituted an exchange program in France with the Université de Rennes II and several campuses of the Université de Paris. The work a student completes abroad in these approved programs is credited toward the Reed degree, and students on financial aid may apply their aid toward the costs.

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