2013-14 Course Descriptions

FLFR - French   
Department of Language and Literature (CAS)
   
FLFR 111 Elementary French I (3-1-3), fall. An introduction to the basic skills of speaking, listening comprehension, reading and writing. Prerequisite: E-ACT English, 19 or above; SAT verbal of 460 or above; ENGL 003/004; or approval by department. Non-credit laboratory required.  May be used to satisfy University Requirements.    
   
FLFR 112 Elementary French II (3-1-3), spring. A continuation of FLFR 111. Prerequisite: FLFR 111 or equivalent. Non-credit laboratory required.  May be used to satisfy University Requirements.    
   
FLFR 221 Intermediate French I (3-0-3), fall. Further study of basic grammar with greater emphasis on conversation and reading. Prerequisite: FLFR 112 or equivalent through testing.
   
FLFR 222 Intermediate French II (3-0-3), spring. Grammar review, reading, conversation, and composition. Prerequisite: FLFR 221 or equivalent through testing.
  
FLFR 352 Introduction to French Culture (3-0-3), spring, odd years. A survey of life in contemporary France with emphasis on values, attitudes, institutions, and current problems. Prerequisite: FLFR 222 or equivalent through testing.
   
FLFR 386 French Composition and Conversation (3-0-3), spring.  Prose composition with attention to the acquisition of useful, everyday vocabulary. A writing-intensive course. Prerequisite: FLFR 222 or equivalent through testing.

FLFR 481 Medieval and Renaissance Literature (3-0-3), fall, odd years.  A survey of Medieval and Renaissance French literature in modern French translation.  Prerequisite: FLFR 222 or equivalent through testing.

FLFR 484 Twentieth-Century French Literature (3-0-3), spring, odd years.  A general survey of 20th century French literature.  Prerequisite: FLFR 222 or equivalent through testing.

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