University of Mississippi

French Courses

B.A. COURSES  |  M.A. COURSES

BACHELOR OF ARTS

MAJOR IN FRENCH FOR THE B.A. DEGREE requires 30 semester hours beyond the 200-level credits, including French 303, 304, and 331, and at least 9 hours at the 500 level. Students must complete a minimum of 9 of the 30 upper-division credits in residence on The University of Mississippi campus at Oxford, Tupelo or Southaven. A maximum of 15 of the 30 upper-division credits for the major may be taken through an approved study abroad program.

A MINOR IN FRENCH requires the completion of 15 hours beyond the 200-level credits. A maximum of 9 credits for the minor may be taken through an approved study abroad program. French 303 and 304 are required for the minor.

Courses offered:

FR 111. Intensive Elementary French.

FR 121. Accelerated Elementary French.

FR 199. Special Topics in French.

FR 211. Intensive Intermediate French.

FR 298. Intermediate French Study Abroad.

FR 299. Special Topics in French.

FR 303. Conversation and Composition I.

FR 304. Conversation and Composition II.

FR 311. Business French.

FR 321. French Culture and Civilization.

FR 322. Contemporary French Culture.

FR 323. La Chanson Francophone.

FR 330. Introduction to French Linguistics.

FR 331. Introduction to Literature and Literary Analysis in French.

FR 361. French and Francophone Cinema.

FR 398. Advanced French Study Abroad.

FR 399. Special Topics in French.

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 579. Survey of French Lyric Poetry.

FR 580. Survey of French Theater.

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.

MASTER OF ARTS

Two Master of Arts are available; 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 12 hours in a minor field may be taken with the approval of the Graduate Advisor.

Courses offered:

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 580. Survey of French Theater.

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 601. Professional Issues in Graduate Study.

FR 632. Seminar, French Studies II.

FR 671 Research Methods.

FR 672. Research and Practice in Classroom Second Language Acquisition.

FR 673. Seminar.

FR 697. Thesis.