Program Planning


Bachelor of Arts - French Sample Sequencing Plan (2010 / 2011)

Shown below is a sample sequence of courses for your degree. If you follow this plan, you should be able to graduate in four 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.

See the UofL Calendar and/or the Program Planning Guide for details regarding program requirements.

Year 1, Fall
French 1500 or French 20011
GLER course
GLER course
GLER course
GLER course
 
Year 1, Spring
French 2000 or French elective1
GLER course
GLER course
GLER course
GLER course
 
Year 2, Fall
French 2300
French elective
Elective
Elective
Elective
 
Year 2, Spring
French 3001
French 3100
Elective
Elective
Elective
 
Year 3, Fall
French 3000/4000 level
French elective
Elective 3000/4000 level
Elective
Elective
 
Year 3, Spring
Option One: French 3000/4000 level, French elective, and Three Electives
Option Two: Participation in the French Visiting Student Program2
 
Year 4, Fall
French 4001 or French 40023
French 3000/4000 level
French elective
Elective 3000/4000 level
Elective
 
Year 4, Spring
French 4000 level
French elective
Elective 3000/4000 level
Elective
Elective
 
1 Students who have completed French 30 or French 31 (or equivalent) should complete French 1500 and French 2000 in their first year of studies. Students who have completed French Language Arts 30 or Français 30 (or equivalent) should complete French 2001 and a French elective in their first year of studies. Students who have completed none of the previously mentioned courses should begin with French 1000 or 1100 (as indicated by the placement test) and should seek advice on course sequencing from the Department Advisor in Modern Languages.
2 French 2250, at least one French transfer course, and one additional course for which the language of instruction is French. For complete details on the French Visiting Student Program (FVSP), see the French Off-Campus Studies Coordinator in the Department of Modern Languages. Note that participation in this program is optional for Arts and Science majors.
3 Semester of offering may vary.