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Department of Modern & Classical Languages

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French Language, Literature, and Culture

Welcome to the French Section of UW's Department of Modern & Classical Languages. As a department of foreign languages, literatures, and cultural studies, we prepare our students for life and careers in an increasingly global world. Our program in French enables students to combine their language training with interdisciplinary study of the regions where their language is spoken.

A language major usually requires 30-31 semester hours of work in a single language beyond 2030. To include a language option in the humanities/fine arts interdisciplinary program, students must complete at least 12 hours above the 2030 level. 

Major Program Requirements:

  • 2040 (Second Year French II)

  • 2130 (Contemporary French Culture) or 3110 (Contemporary French Civilization)

  • 2140 (Introduction to Reading)

  • 3005 (French Phonetics)

  • 3050 (Third Year French I)

  • 3060 (Third Year French II)

  • 4100 (Survey of French Literature I)

  • 4110 (Survey of French Literature II)

  • Plus 6 hours of electives in French at the 4000-level

Minor Program Requirements:

  • FREN 2140 Introduction to Reading (3)

  • FREN 2040 Beginning Composition and Conversation (3)

  • FREN 3050 Intermediate Composition and Conversation I (3)

  • Electives -- 9 hours chosen from French at the 3000-level or above (at least six of these hours must be at the 4000 level)

    Total Credit Hours -- 18

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Modern & Classical Languages

Hoyt Hall 126

Dept. 3603

1000 E. University Ave

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-4176

Fax: 307-766-2727

Email: languages@uwyo.edu

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