Ten 4-credit courses or the equivalent at the 200 level or above, including:
- The basis for the major in French Studies: FRN 230;
- One language course at the advanced level;
- One course on literature or culture before 1900;
- Three additional four-credit courses in French Studies at the 300 level or higher, of which two must be taken in the senior year.
In consultation with her major adviser, a student may count toward the major four four-credit courses in appropriate departments other than French Studies; at least two of these four courses must be taught in French.
All students are encouraged to fulfill requirement #3. It will be in effect beginning with the class of 2020.
No more than one course counting toward the major may be taken for the grade of S/U. Students considering graduate school in the humanities are encouraged to take CLT 300/FRN 301, Contemporary Literary Theory.