Track 3: Francophone Literatures, Cultures and Language for Education Majors
FREN 3102, one literature course (FREN 3600, FREN 3610, FREN 4500, FREN 4510, FREN 4520, FREN 4530, FREN 4540, FREN 4550), one additional culture course (FREN 3300, FREN 3310, FREN 3320, FREN 3610), and one French elective course.
Additional Requirements for Track 3: Francophone Literatures, Cultures and Language for Education Majors:
1) Passing an official Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) in French at the level of Intermediate-High on the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Scale before being permitted to register for FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.)
2) Completion of FOLA 4000: Teaching World Languages and Cultures (4 sem. hrs.)
3) Maintenance of a minimum 2.750 grade point average in the French major with a minimum of a 3.000 grade point average in courses FREN 3001, FREN 3002, FREN 3100, FREN 3120, and FREN 4110 as applicable.
4) Residence in a country in which French is spoken or participation in a structured study abroad program and/or intensive immersion experience. The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures must approve the program selected.