Advanced Minor in French as a Second Language

 

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Year 2022

Advanced Minor French as a Second Language1

Suggested course sequence
30 course units
 
Year Fall Winter
1st year     
2nd year 
  • FLS2500
  • FLS2521
  • FLS2522
  • 3 course units from : FLS2581, FLS2741, FLS2751, FLS2761, FLS2771, FLS2772, FLS2791
3rd year 
  • 6 course units from : FLS2581, FLS2741, FLS2751, FLS2761, FLS2771, FLS2772, FLS2791
  • 3 course units from : FLS3581, FLS3751, FLS3761, FLS3771, FLS3773, FLS3791
4th year 
  • 6 course units from : FLS3581, FLS3751, FLS3761, FLS3771, FLS3773, FLS3791
  •  3 course units from : FLS4774,FLS4775, FLS4776, FLS4791

Notes
1  The minor is a component that is part of a bachelor's degree or an honors degree

2  FLS2581, FLS3581 : adjunct language course to a 3-credit discipline-specific course, taken in French by a non-native French speaker. Emphasis on development of comprehension skills (listening and reading) while acquiring knowledge and expertise in the discipline. Examination questions in the discipline-specific course may be answered in either English or French; however, all tests and assignments in the language class must be done in French.

 

Year 2021

Advanced Minor French as a Second Language1

Suggested course sequence
30 course units
   
Year Fall Winter
1st year    
2nd year
  • FLS2500
  • FLS2521
  • FLS2522
  • FLS25812
3rd year
  • FLS35812
  • 3 course units from: FLS2741, FLS2751, FLS2761, FLS2771, FLS2772, FLS2791
  • 3 course units from: FLS2741, FLS2751, FLS2761, FLS2771, FLS2772, FLS2791
4th year
  • 6 course units from: FLS3751, FLS3761, FLS3771, FLS3773, FLS3791, FLS4774, FLS4775, FLS4776, FLS4791
  • 3 course units from: FRE1732, FRE3504, FRE3744

Notes

1  This table includes only discipline-specific courses. (See References – Program Structures)

 FLS2581, FLS3581 : adjunct language course to a 3-credit discipline-specific course, taken in French by a non-native French speaker. Emphasis on development of comprehension skills (listening and reading) while acquiring knowledge and expertise in the discipline. Examination questions in the discipline-specific course may be answered in either English or French; however, all tests and assignments in the language class must be done in French.

 

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