For information, contact the Department of French, Italian, and Classical Studies, 207 Irvin Hall, 513-529-1480.
This minor provides direction, coherence, and recognition in French studies for non-majors. It is designed to expand your area of interest and expertise and to broaden your career options. Students are encouraged to participate in the Department's summer programs abroad.
(18 semester hours)
You must accumulate 18 semester hours, 15 of which must be at 200 level or above, and maintain a 2.50 GPA. FRE 301 and one French course at the 400 level are required. One course in translation counts toward the minor; all courses must be taken for a grade, not credit/no-credit. You must plan your program with an advisor.
|Select the following:|
|FRE 301||Culture & Interpretation||3|
|Select one course at the 400-level:||3|
|The French Renaissance|
|Modern and Contemporary French Society 1|
|Art and Architecture in Dijon and Burgundy, France|
|Topics in French & Francophone Comic Art|
|Topics in Early Modern French Literature|
|Gender, Sexuality, & Creativity|
|Literary Innovation, 16th-18th C|
|French Medieval Literature|
|Rebellions, Revolutions, and Avant-gardes|
|The 19th Century|
|Modernity: Crisis and Creation|
|20th- and 21st-Century Literature, Art, and Thought|
|Select 12 hours from unused courses above or the following:||12|
|Masterpieces of French Culture in Translation|
|Critical Analysis of French Culture|
|Pre-Revolutionary Literature and Life|
|Modern and Contemporary Literature and Life|
|Texts in Context|
|Conversation and Current Events in France|
|Topics in French Literature in Translation|
|French Cinema in Translation|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
FRE 411W is offered in our Dijon study abroad program and also counts toward the minor.