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French

French at Marian University allows students to explore the language, literature, and culture of France and the Francophone world. Our program stresses both practical and humanistic goals, preparing the student not only for the increasingly globalized workplace but introducing the student as well to the rich, cultural and literary tapestry of the French-speaking world.

Requirements

Major for Bachelor of Arts Degree (B.A.) in French

33-34 credits above the 100-level including 200, 201, 220, 230, 240, 498, LLC 490, and 12 credits of upper-division courses to be determined in consultation with the advisor.

Minor

18 credits above the 100-level, to be determined in consultation with the advisor.

Teaching Requirements

High school licensure is available in art, English, French, German, Spanish, and music. Credits allowed through advanced placement may be counted toward licensing in French, German, and Spanish. With expanded coursework, a license to teach high school social studies can be earned by economics, history, political science, psychology, and sociology majors.

Students who wish to teach in a content area must meet all requirements for the chosen major field and also meet the School of Education and Exercise Science developmental licensing requirements. Contact the School of Education and Exercise Science for high school licensing program descriptions and specifics for each licensure area. All courses are subject to change based upon current requirements from the Division of Professional Standards, Indiana Department of Education.

For More Information, Contact:

Martine Camblor, M.A.
Assistant Professor of French
Director of Language Center and Foreign Language Testing and Placement
mcamblor@marian.edu
317.955.6047

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