The UW-Platteville Department of Humanities offers a minor in French for students interested in combining a minor in a foreign language with other areas of study for the purpose of enhancing communication skills and career opportunities. Likewise, apart from the intellectual development that results from the study of the French language and francophone culture, students may also find professional employment in many different areas, including international business, marketing, civil service, and teaching.
The minor requires a total of 24 credits with a minimum of eight credits selected from courses numbered 3000 or higher. Students who minor in French must have a grade point average of no lower than a 2.50 in the French courses they take.
|Select 24 credits with a minimum of 8 credits selected from courses numbered 3000 or higher:||24|
|FRENCH 1040||Elementary French (or equivalent)||4|
|FRENCH 1140||Elementary French (or equivalent)||4|
|FRENCH 2040||Intermediate French (or equivalent)||4|
|FRENCH 2140||Intermediate French (or equivalent)||4|
|FRENCH 3000||Foreign Languages Travel Abroad Seminar 1||1-4|
|FRENCH 3220||Advanced French Grammar and Composition||2|
|FRENCH 3240||Advanced French Conversation||2|
|FRENCH 3310||Contemporary France and the Francophone World||3|
|FRENCH 3530||Topics in French Literature and Culture||1-3|
|FRENCH 3720||Professional French||3|
|FRENCH 4050||Supervised Independent Study||1-4|
Students interested in teaching may satisfy the language immersion requirement by enrolling in FRENCH 3000 for at least two credits. See the French instructor for details.