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  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Modern Languages, French Concentration, B.A.


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Required for a Modern Languages Major:


French Concentration: Total of 30 semester hours beyond FRNH 1001 -FRNH 1002 , including FRNH 2031 , FRNH 3012 , and 3 hours of FRNH 3025 .

Global Studies Concentration: 33 hours. Required courses: ECON 2001 , ECON 2002 , ECON 3013 ; ACCT 1010 , MRKT 3001 , MRKT 4001 . Electives: 21 hours taken from selected courses in Management, CINS, Foreign Languages, Finance, Business, Sociology, Political Science, and Mass Communications. See department head for complete program listings.

Concentration in French


Freshman Year


  • Core English Composition 6 cr. *
  • French 6 cr.
  • Core Humanities History 6 cr. *
  • Core Mathematics 6 cr. *
  • Core Social Science 6 cr.
  • UNIV 1001 - University Seminar

Total Hours 30


Sophomore Year


  • Core Humanities (English) 6 cr. *
  • French 9 cr.
  • Core Natural/Physical Sciences (Lecture) 6 cr. *
  • Core Fine Arts 3 cr. *
  • Spanish 6 cr.

Total Hours 30


Junior Year


Total Hours 30


Senior Year


Total Hours 30


Total hours for a degree 120


Note:


*Students should see Core Curriculum (College of Arts, Education and Sciences)  requirements.

The Global Studies Concentration serves the needs of students wishing to combine a traditional major in French or Spanish with a background in business, public policy and/or public relations. In addition to completing required courses in Economics, Marketing, and Accounting, students choose 21 hours of electives from a list of courses selected for their international content and taken from a variety of fields (Management, Finance, Modern Languages, Political Science, Sociology, Mass Communications). This interdisciplinary program, coupled with a foreign language major, offers preparation for careers in international business, government or military service, and media related areas.

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