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LLP: BA French - Online

Armstrong's online French program ensures graduates have the necessary knowledge and lingual fluency to be highly marketable to potential employers. Whether your interests lie in translating or enhancing a business or healthcare degree, Armstrong’s online program encompasses a multitude of various courses aimed at fulfilling all foreign language needs.

Please note: this program is currently being revised. Information provided here is subject to change.


Requirements for the B.A. degree with a major in French world Languages and cultures Track
Core Curriculum Areas A-E  (See USG Core Curriculum)

42 hours

Core Curriculum Area F

18 hours

FREN 1001 and FREN 1002

0-6 hours

FREN 2001 and FREN 2002

0-6 hours

Second Foreign Language at the 1001 to 2002 levels

0-12 hours

Electives from Area C and Area E Courses

0-18 hours

PEBC 2001 or any combination of PEBC activity courses to satisfy the credit hour requirement

3 hours

FYS 1101

1 hour

Students must achieve a grade of "C" or better in all courses taken in Area F


Senior College Curriculum

60 hours

Upper-Level Courses in French

33 hours

FREN 2010

3 hours

FREN 3001 or 3002

3 hours

FREN 3150 or 3160

3 hours

FREN 3201

3 hours

FREN 3250 or 3260

3 hours

FREN 4001 and FREN 4002

6 hours

FREN 4991

3 hours

FREN 3000 or 4000 level courses

6 hours

ESOL 4010 / FREN 4011

3 hours

Related Electives

27 hours

A second or third foreign language may be taken in the major as needed under the Related Electives.

Suggested Elective Sequences: Minor in Spanish or German, Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Certificate in Spanish for Professionals.

A minimum of 39 hours must be taken at the 3000/4000 level.
Total hours required for the degree

124 semester hours


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