The MA in Foreign Languages with a concentration in French offers an opportunity to study a variety of topics—from the traditional academic study of the language, literature, and the culture of French—to less traditional subjects such as film studies and the Francophone literatures of the Caribbean, Quebec, and Africa. This unique array leads to an in-depth liberal arts experience in scholarship that allows students to experience the full spectrum of the Francophone world.
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Total credits: 30-42
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Each concentration has a different number of required credits. In all four concentrations, 6 of the total credits may be earned with a thesis. Regardless of the concentration selected, all students must meet the core and distribution requirements given below and pass a comprehensive exam or write a thesis.
18 credits must be in courses with the subject code FREN.
|Select two courses in literature chosen in consultation with an advisor and cover two different literary periods or Francophone regions.||6|
|French Language and Linguistics|
|Select two courses in French language and linguistics chosen in consultation with an advisor.||6|
|Select two additional courses in French literature or language in consultation with an advisor.||6|
|Select four electives in consultation with an advisor. A maximum of 6 credits may be used for directed reading and research or thesis.||12|
|Directed Reading and Thesis Research|