Program Planning


Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education, French/German / Modern Languages Education: French/German Sample Sequencing Plan (2009 / 2010)

Shown below is a sample sequence of courses for your degree. If you follow this plan, you should be able to graduate in five years, provided you complete five courses per semester. This is just one example of how you could complete your major and degree requirements; you may find that a different sequence works as well as this one.

Year 1, Fall
French 1500
German 1000
Linguistics 2300
GLER course
GLER course
 
Year 1, Spring
French 2000
German 1100
GLER course
GLER course
GLER course
 
Year 2, Fall
Education 25001
French 2300 or French 3450
German 1500
GLER course
GLER course
 
Year 2, Spring
French 2300 or French 3450
German 2000, German 2200 or German 2300
French 3000/4000 level
Elective 3000/4000 level
GLER course
 
Year 3, Fall
French 2200
French or German 3000/4000 level
French or German 3000/4000 level
Elective 3000/4000 level
Elective 3000/4000 level
 
Year 3, Spring
French Visiting Student Program (FVSP)2
or
German Visiting Student Program (GVSP)3
 
Year 4, Fall
Professional Semester I
 
Year 4, Spring
Professional Semester II
 
Year 5, Fall
Professional Semester III
Year 5, Spring
Education Foundation course
Education elective
Education elective
Education elective
French or German 3000/4000 level
 
Elementary Education and Special/Inclusive Education students will reverse the Fall and Spring semesters in Year 5 and complete PS III in the Spring.
1 Education 2500 may also be taken in Spring and Summer semester.
2 Students participating in the FVSP must complete French 2250. For further details, consult the French Off-Campus Studies Coordinator. Note that if students complete fewer than five courses in this semester, they will have to complete the remaining required courses at some other point in their program.
3 Students participating in the GVSP must complete German 2250. For further details, consult the German Off-Campus Studies Coordinator. Note that if students complete fewer than five courses in this semester, they will have to complete the remaining required courses at some other point in their program.