French Minor Curriculum
The minor in French is a program consisting of six, three-credit courses in which students pursue studies in French beyond the beginning and intermediate levels. In consultation with departmental advisors, students combine their work with other academic disciplines and develop particular strengths and interests in French literature, language, or culture. Students pursuing the Minor in French are strongly encouraged to study abroad.
For more details on the Minor in French (and other FFIT degrees) requirements, please consult the KU course catalog.
Students must complete one of the following, or equivalent placement
- FREN 234 - Intermediate French I and II
Students must complete the following three courses.
- FREN 301 - French Written and Oral Communication 1
- FREN 302 - French Written and Oral Communication 2
- FREN 326 - Introduction to French Literature
Students must complete three additional French courses, at least two of which must be at the 400 level or above. Minors may include one French course taught in English, when available.