MASTER OF ARTS
Two Master of Arts are available in French; in each, a comprehensive oral and written examination is required, based on an approved reading list and courses pursued. The first option requires 24 hours of graduate level work, a thesis, and at least nine hours in an minor field. The second option requires 36 hours of graduate level work with no thesis required. Up to twelve hours in a minor field may be taken with the approval of the Graduate Advisor.
FR 561. Advanced French and Francophone Cinema.
FR 571. Advanced French Grammar and Composition.
FR 572. French Phonetics and Phonology.
FR 574. History of the French Language.
FR 575. Topics in Applied Linguistics.
FR 577. Survey of French Literature I.
FR 578. Survey of French LIterature II.
FR 582. Medical and Renaissance French Literature.
FR 583. Seventeenth-Century French Literature.
FR 584. Eighteenth-Century French Literature.
FR 585. Nineteenth-Century French Literature.
FR 586. Twentieth-Century French LIterature.
FR 593. Topics in Cultural Studies.
FR 598. Graduate French Study Abroad.
FR 599. Special Topics.
FR 671 Research Methods.
FR 672. Research and Practice in Classroom Second Language Acquisition.
FR 673. Seminar.