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French and Francophone Studies

Minor Requirements

The minor in French is 17 credit hours, starting with FRE 2201, FRE 3300 and 3320 as required courses. In addition, students may choose from a variety of language, culture (including film) and literary studies courses. A minimum of nine credit hours must be completed at UF. For additional information, contact the undergraduate adviser.

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED: 17 (starting with Intermediate French 2)


Required courses

Select 7 credits among these (your choice):


Overseas Study

French majors and minors are encouraged to study abroad, either for a summer or for a semester. Students of French regularly participate in programs in Paris, Avignon, Montpellier, Grenoble and Quebec. Students in approved overseas study programs can earn up to 15 credits beyond the 120 credits required for graduation. Please consult the UF International Center as well as a departmental adviser.

General Education

All classes listed under FRT are taught in English and the texts studied are in English translation. Some courses qualify for Gordon Rule. All other courses, including 3000-level literature and culture/civilization courses listed under FRW and FRE, are taught in French.

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Phone: 352.392.2422
Fax: 352.392.1443

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