French & Francophone Studies Minor
French is considered a strategic language for global communications in matters of security, health, business and cultural exchange. A minor in French and Francophone studies will enhance language skills and cultural competency and will complement majors from the humanities to the sciences, engineering, business and the fine arts.
Credits: 17, completed with minimum grades of C, no S/U.
Students must complete a minimum of six credits of coursework exclusive to the minor that cannot count toward the major(s) or other minors. Study abroad is encouraged. A minimum of nine credits must be completed at UF.
|FRE 2221 Intermediate French 2||4|
|FRE 3300 Grammar and Composition||3|
|FRE 3320 Composition and Stylistics||3|
|3000/4000 FRE, FRW, or FRT course (electives)
Undergraduate Advisor in French and Francophone Studies: Brigitte Weltman-Aron, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Teaching Assistants: French and Francophone Studies
Juliette M. Burger:
French/Francophone linguistics – second language acquisition
Barbara C. Fleming:
Jennifer K. Kramer:
French / Francophone literature
Espoir Ex. Ndandou:
French/Francophone literature – resistance literature
French/Francophone linguistics – language in contact
French/Franchophone linguistics -language in contact