Students may choose to complete a General Minor in French:
Prerequisites: To undertake work toward a minor in French, students must complete French 4 or its equivalent before beginning upper-division work in French. French 4 must be completed with a grade of “B-” or better before a student can enroll in French 102. Any student who receives a grade of “C+” or lower in French 4 will need instructor permission before enrollment in 102 is finalized. Conversation courses (French 13 and 14) cannot be substituted for French 4.
Required Courses for the General Minor in French: French 102 plus four upper-division French courses between French 103A or French 103B and French 185.
(Only one course from the series French 103A/B can count toward the General Minor)
All coursework is to be written in French. French 140A-D (French Literature in Translation) requires prior approval from the French Department to count toward the minor. French H195A-B and French 199 do not count toward the minor. Similarly, students may not receive upper-division course credit toward the minor for AP Language and Literature exams (policy of the College of Letters and Science).
Students wishing to request waivers of French 102 based on previous equivalent coursework should contact the Undergraduate Advisor in French, 4209 Dwinelle. If a waiver of French 102 is granted by the Department, the student will still need to complete a total of five upper-division French courses.
According to University regulations, all courses must be taken for a letter grade in order to satisfy requirements for a minor. upper-division courses taken Pass/No Pass cannot be accepted in satisfaction of the five necessary courses for the minor. If, for some reason, an upper-division course was taken Pass/No Pass, the student must take an additional Upper Division course in the French Department for a letter grade. At least a “C” average, 2.0 GPA, is required in upper-division courses taken for the minor program in French.
According to University guidelines, a maximum of one course that is used toward the student’s minor may also be used toward a major program. It is the responsibility of the student to inform his/her major department of any course to be used toward both the student’s major and the French minor.
Declaring the Minor: Unlike a major, there is no formal “declaration” of intent to minor in French. However, students who intend to complete the minor in French should fill out an informal checklist once they have begun upper-division work in French (French 102). The checklist is available from the Undergraduate Advisor in French. Students should keep in contact with the Undergraduate Advisor as they complete coursework for the minor in order to keep their checklist updated.
Completing the Minor: To complete the minor, students download and fill out the top section of a “Petition for Confirmation of Minor Program Completed“. This petition is necessary for the official notation of the French Minor to appear on students’ transcripts. Students are responsible for the timely completion and submission of these forms. All petitions are reviewed by the Undergraduate Advisor who then forwards them to the appropriate campus units.
WordReference English-Spanish Dictionary © 2018:
|courseworknnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.||(work done on a study course)||tareas del curso grupo nomgrupo nominal: Expresión que combina un sustantivo con sus modificadores y complementos, que forman una expresión compuesta usual, sin llegar a ser una locución nominal fija ("adjudicación de herencia", "despedida de soltero").|
|trabajo de curso grupo nomgrupo nominal: Expresión que combina un sustantivo con sus modificadores y complementos, que forman una expresión compuesta usual, sin llegar a ser una locución nominal fija ("adjudicación de herencia", "despedida de soltero").|
|The coursework includes two lectures a week and frequent writing assignments.|
|courseworknnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.||(studies, assignments)||cursado nmnombre masculino: Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino ("televisor", "piso").|
|(AR)||cursada nfnombre femenino: Sustantivo de género exclusivamente femenino ("mesa", "tabla").|
|He has finished the coursework for his master's degree, but he still has to finish his thesis.|
|Ya terminó el cursado del máster, pero todavía tiene que acabar la tesis.|
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