Bachelor of Arts in French

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  • Course description
    The French Program is committed to a humanizing language education. Students are immersed in the language to ensure proficiency and practicality in speaking, reading, and writing. Carroll's French classes carry less than 20 students per session, providing an opportunity for total immersion in the languages. French students at Carroll will explore the geography, literature, and cultural history of nations associated with the french language; develop an understanding of linguistic foundations; and achieve conversational and technical fluency.
    Phi Sigma Iota
    The first chapter of Phi Sigma Iota to be chartered in Montana, Carroll's Gamma Rho chapter, is proud to recognize its charter members. Phi Sigma Iota, an international honor society, has as its ideals and purpose "the recognition of outstanding ability and attainments in the study and teaching of foreign languages, the stimulation of advanced pursuits and individual research in this discipline, and the promotion of cultural enrichment and a sentiment of international amity derived from the knowledge and use of a foreign language.

    Major Program Requirements
    Twenty-four semester credits of upper-division French courses beyond 
    FR 204, including:
    FR 303-304 French Grammar

    Other Program Requirements
    1. Two upper-division French literature courses (FR 301, FR 302, FR 401, 
    FR 402, FR 403, FR 404)

    2. Successful participation in an approved program of study in a French-speaking country. French majors may choose to study abroad either:

    a.) One academic year and take 12 upper-division credits in residence at Carroll, or

    b.) One semester or two summers and take 18 upper-division credits in residence at Carroll. A semester or year-long exchange opportunity exists at the Université de Caen Basse-Normande.

    3. Students who are taking courses abroad must take corresponding examinations abroad in order to receive credits at Carroll. No credits will be accepted at Carroll for any examination with less than a “C” or a 2.00 grade in the course abroad. Credits will be accepted only for students returning to

    4. Students are responsible for sending an original copy of their foreign transcripts, as well as a translation of it, directly to the Registrar’s Office.

    Note: A minimum of 12 credits of upper-division French courses must
    be taken in residence at Carroll.
    French Minor Requirements
    In order to earn a minor in French, a student must successfully complete 12 semester credits of upper-division courses (beyond FR 204).

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