As one of the major languages of world governance, diplomacy, commerce, and culture, French opens up a world of opportunities. In addition to gaining real-world proficiency and mastering communication skills across languages and cultures, students of French learn essential critical thinking skills, analytical reasoning, and adaptability. No matter the career and life path you choose, studying French will prepare you to face the challenges and opportunities both of the job market and of an increasingly globalized world.
Courses used to fulfill the minor requirements must be taken for a letter grade and passed with a grade of C- or better. Coursework transferred in from Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate exams are acceptable with a mark of P*. Further details are available on the department website.
Minor in French
|Upper-division language courses||12|
|Upper-division courses in literature, linguistics, translation, or film 1||12|
|Upper-division electives taught in French 2||4|
Must be taught on the Eugene campus.
Courses must be upper-division, taught in French and address the cultures of the French-speaking world (e.g. courses in literature, linguistics, language, culture, film, etc.)