The French Option consists of a minimum of 4.0 credits.
1.0 credit in language courses:
3.0 credits in additional language, culture, film and literature courses:
FR150 - Practical French I
FR151 - Practical French II
FR250 - Language through Popular Culture I
FR251 - Language through Popular Culture II
FR260 - French Pronunciation: Norm and Variation
FR330 - Advanced Translation I
FR331 - Advanced Translation II
FR360 - Atelier in Composition and Stylistics
FR470 - Atelier in Advanced French
Culture, Film and Literature courses:
FR225 - Le français chanté [Music in French]
FR233 - Early Modern France
FR234 - A Century of Revolutions
FR235 - 20th Century France
FR237 - Québec Culture: Language, Nation and Identity
FR238 - Francophone Culture
FR240 - Media and the News in French
FR290 - A Journey through French Literature
FR332 - Freedom of French Classicism
FR334 - Self and Other
FR335 - Contemporary Literature
FR337 - Quebec Cinema: The Politics of Memory
FR338 - Francophone Myths, Legends and Voodoo
FR370 - Graphic Novels and Animation
FR385 - Innovations in French Cinema
FR433 - Voltaire and Company
FR434 - Love, Sex and Jealousy
FR435 - Literature in Revolt
FR437 - Québec Literature: Critiquing Family, Church and State
FR485 - Adaptation: French Novels into Film
- The following French courses must be taken in numerical sequence: FR150, FR151, FR250, FR251, FR360.
- Students from French immersion programs are not eligible to take FR150 and FR151. Students graduating from a French high school must consult the academic advisor. Course exclusions: FR101, FR102.
- To obtain a French Option designation on their transcripts, students must have a minimum GPA of 7.00 in designated courses (core and electives), computed on all credits claimed for the option.
- Students in Honours BA Languages and Literatures, Honours BA French or combined Honours French cannot obtain the option in French. Students cannot obtain both a minor and option in French.