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Associate in Arts Degree: French
 
Student Learning Outcome:
Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in communicating in expressive and receptive forms in French. Compare and contrast cultures and histories of the French speaking world.
 
Program Requirements:
Units Required: 19
 
                                                                             Units
FRNCH-101 Elementary French I ........................ 4.0
FRNCH-102 Elementary French II ....................... 4.0
FRNCH-150 Beginning Conversational French ... 3.0
FRNCH-201 Intermediate French I ...................... 4.0
FRNCH-202 Intermediate French II ..................... 4.0
 
FRENCH 101 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
Develops language skills in listening, reading, speaking and writing within a cultural context with a strong
emphasis on communication. Corresponds to the first two years of high school French. Not appropriate for
native speakers.
 
FRENCH 102 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II
Prerequisite: FRENCH-101
Continues the study of the fundamentals of the French language, emphasizing correct pronunciation and
mastery of a practical vocabulary, oral and written expression, and the study of the cultures of the contemporary French-speaking world. Not appropriate for native speakers. Corresponds to the third year of high school French.
 
FRENCH 150 BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH
For students with little or no background in French. Emphasis is on understanding and speaking French in
everyday situations, including phrases useful for studying and working in French-speaking countries.
 
FRENCH 201 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I
Prerequisite: FRENCH-102
Reviews French grammar, emphasizing practical and idiomatic usage as well as analyzing essays, poems
and short stories in French by famous authors from the French-speaking world. Corresponds to the fourth
year of high school French.
 
FRENCH 202 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II
Prerequisite: FRENCH-201
Studies more advanced grammatical structures and syntax, emphasizing practical and idiomatic usage, as
well as analyzing essays, poems and short stories in French by famous authors from the French-speaking world.
 
YEAR 1 - FALL: 101 , 102, 150, 201
YEAR 1 - SPRING: 101, 102, 202
YEAR 2 - FALL: 101 , 102, 150, 201
YEAR 2 - SPRING: 101, 102, 202
 
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Note: Summer and Winter Terms generally offer first year college courses. For more information contact Department Chair.