The following courses are offered as part of the curriculum and are taught in French either by the resident director or native French professors. All courses count toward the major or minor in French, including the course in art. All classes are conducted in French.
FRH 350: Studies in French Language and Culture (Taught by the Resident Director) [6 credits]
“program course” includes a classroom component plus group excursions (late
August through early October) as well as program activities throughout the
fall, including group outings, activities, and participation in French family
life through the homestay. As an
integral part of this course, we will make a number of excursions around
FRH 351: Advanced Oral and Written French (Taught by professors of the Centre International d'Etudes Françaises [CIEF]) [3 credits]
Early October – early December
Study of grammar, composition, pronunciation, and phonetics, with extensive practice in oral and written French.
FRH 352: Contemporary France (Professor Brigitte Sabard) [3 credits]
A study of
Course offerings may vary from year to year.
ART 271: French Art (Professor Sebastiano Tomarchio) [3 credits]
Late September –early December
field trips in French painting, sculpture, and architecture, concentrating on
the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
FRH 353: Independent Study [1.5-3 credits]
of several fields, scholar's journal and research paper. Supervised by the
director of the semester in