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2010-2011 Academic Year

Arts and Science Departments, Programs and Courses French Studies Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - BAH


Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - BAH
Major Concentration - MAJ (Consists of 10.0 credits as described below and 9.0 elective credits to total 19.0)
French Studies - FREN
YEAR 1    FREN 110 (with at least 65 per cent) or FREN 100 (or FREN 101* and FREN 102*) (with at least 75 per cent).
YEAR 2    FREN 212, FREN 220 (with at least 65 per cent in each); possibly 1.0 additional credit from FREN 201*, FREN 202*, FREN 215, FREN 227*, FREN 232*, FREN 266*, FREN 283*, FREN 285*, FREN 291*, FREN 295*.
YEAR 3    FREN 320*; FREN 344* (with at least 65 per cent); possibly 2.0 additional credits from FREN 215, FREN 304*, FREN 305*, FREN 306*, FREN 312*, FREN 313*, FREN 315*, FREN 322*, FREN 323*, FREN 324*, FREN 325*, FREN 327*, FREN 333*, FREN 334*, FREN 335*, FREN 351*, FREN 353*, FREN 363*, FREN 373*, FREN 384*, FREN 388*, FREN 390*, FREN 391*, FREN 393*, FREN 395*, FREN 396*.
YEAR 4    FREN 444* (with at least 65 per cent); at least 1.0 credit (in addition to FREN 444*) must be at the 400 level or above. Two general examinations (FREN 591 and FREN 592) are also required. Additional courses to complete the 10.0 credits required for the major concentration from FREN 215 and the following 300- and 400-level courses: FREN 304*, FREN 305*, FREN 306*, FREN 312*, FREN 313*, FREN 315*, FREN 322*, FREN 323*, FREN 324*, FREN 325*, FREN 327*, FREN 333*, FREN 334*, FREN 335*, FREN 351*, FREN 353*, FREN 363*, FREN 373*, FREN 384*, FREN 388*, FREN 390*, FREN 391*, FREN 393*, FREN 395*, FREN 396*, FREN 404*, FREN 405*,  FREN 417*, FREN 418*, FREN 423*, FREN 424*, FREN 425*, FREN 427*, FREN 433*, FREN 434*, FREN 435*, FREN 451*, FREN 463*, FREN 473*, FREN 477*, FREN 487*, FREN 488*, FREN 491*, FREN 493*, FREN 496*.
NOTE    To meet degree requirements, 0.5 credit must be selected from each of the course groups listed below.
1    Medieval, Renaissance, 17th- and 18th-Century Literatures: FREN 306*, FREN 395*, FREN 404*, FREN 405*, FREN 487*, FREN 488*.
2    Modern French Literature and Culture: FREN 305*, FREN 322*, FREN 323*, FREN 324*, FREN 425*.
3    Québec Literature and Culture: FREN 312*, FREN 313*, FREN 333*, FREN 434*, FREN 435*, FREN 491*.
4    Francophone Literature and Culture: FREN 351*, FREN 451*, FREN 477*.
5    Linguistics: FREN 353*, FREN 363*, FREN 373*, FREN 393*, FREN 433*, FREN 463*, FREN 473*, FREN 493*.
 
Medial Concentrations - MED (Consists of 7.0 credits in each of two concentrations, one of which must be in the humanities, social sciences or languages. 1.0 or 2.0 supporting courses may also be required and 3.0 or 4.0 elective credits to total 19.0)
French Studies - FREN
YEAR 1    FREN 110 (with at least 65 per cent) or FREN 100 (or FREN 101* and FREN 102*) (with at least 75 per cent).
YEAR 2    FREN 212, FREN 220 (with at least 65 per cent in each); possibly 1.0 additional credit from FREN 201*, FREN 202*, FREN 215, FREN 227*, FREN 232*, FREN 266*, FREN 283*, FREN 285*, FREN 291*, FREN 295*.
YEAR 3    FREN 320*; FREN 344* (with at least 65 per cent); possibly 2.0 additional credits from FREN 215, FREN 304*, FREN 305*, FREN 306*, FREN 312*, FREN 313*, FREN 315*, FREN 322*, FREN 323*, FREN 324*, FREN 325*, FREN 327*, FREN 333*, FREN 334*, FREN 335*, FREN 351*, FREN 353*, FREN 363*, FREN 373*, FREN 384*, FREN 388*, FREN 390*, FREN 391*, FREN 393*, FREN 395*, FREN 396*.
YEAR 4    FREN 444* (with at least 65 per cent); additional courses to complete the 7.0 credits required for the medial concentration from FREN 215 and the following 300- and 400-level courses: FREN 304*, FREN 305*, FREN 306*, FREN 312*, FREN 313*, FREN 315*, FREN 322*, FREN 323*, FREN 324*, FREN 325*, FREN 327*, FREN 333*, FREN 334*, FREN 335*, FREN 351*, FREN 353*, FREN 363*, FREN 373*, FREN 384*, FREN 388*, FREN 390*, FREN 391*, FREN 393*, FREN 395*, FREN 396*, FREN 404*, FREN 405*, FREN 417*, FREN 418*, FREN 423*, FREN 424*, FREN 425*, FREN 427*, FREN 433*, FREN 434*, FREN 435*, FREN 451*, FREN 463*, FREN 473*, FREN 477*, FREN 487*, FREN 488*, FREN 491*, FREN 493*, FREN 496*. At least 1.0 credit (in addition to FREN 444*) must be at the 400 level or above. One general examination (FREN 591) is also required.
 
French Linguistics - FRLG
The medial concentration in French Linguistics consists of 4.5 required credits in French, and 2.5 option credits chosen from French and Linguistics.
 
   Required Courses (4.5 credits)
FREN 110FREN 220, FREN 344*, FREN 353* and FREN 393* (or FREN 215), FREN 373*, FREN 444*, FREN 591 (General Examination).
 
b     Option Courses (2.5 credits, at least 0.5 credit must be in French)
FREN 363*, FREN 433*, FREN 463*, FREN 473*, FREN 493*, FREN 503*; LING 100, LING 202*, LING 205*, LING 310*, LING 320*, LING 330*, LING 340*, LING 415*, LING 425*, LING 435*.
 
YEAR 1    FREN 110 (with at least 65 per cent) or FREN 100 (or FREN 101* and FREN 102*) (with at least 75 per cent).
YEAR 2    FREN 220 (with at least 65 per cent); with the possible addition of LING 202*, LING 205*, FREN 353* and FREN 393* (or FREN 215).
YEAR 3    FREN 344*, FREN 373*, and 1.0 to 2.0 credits from FREN 353*, FREN 363*, FREN 393*, FREN 433*, FREN 493*, LING 100, LING 202*, LING 205*, LING 310*, LING 320*, LING 330*, LING 340*.
YEAR 4    FREN 444*, and additional 300- and 400- level courses to complete 7.0 credits from FREN 363*, FREN 433*, FREN 463*, FREN 473*, FREN 493*, FREN 503*, LING 310*, LING 320*, LING 330*, LING 340*, LING 415*, LING 425*, LING 435*. At least 0.5 credit must be taken from FREN 363*, FREN 433*, FREN 463*, FREN 473*, FREN 493*, FREN 503*. One general examination (FREN 591) is also required.
 
General Examinations
The first general examination (FREN 591) is taken by all students completing an honours concentration in the Department of French Studies. This examination consists of sight passages for translation from French into English and from English into French. The second general examination (FREN 592) is for candidates taking a major concentration in French, and is designed to test the candidates' knowledge of French and Canadian French literature and their ability to organize and present material in the form of a dissertation française.
 
Notes
1a    Courses numbered below 100 may not be counted toward any concentration in French.
b    Students having completed FREN 100 or FREN 110 may subsequently offer for credit only FREN 219* and FREN 320*.
c    Students having completed FREN 283* and FREN 384* may count only one of the two toward their Major or Medial concentration in FREN.
2    Students may not offer for credit:
a    any course that deals substantially with the same material presented in a course taken previously;
b    more than 2.5 credits from the following list: FREN 010, FREN 016*, FREN 017*, FREN 118*, FREN 219*, FREN 320*.
c    The sequence for Communication and Culture courses is as follows: FREN 016*, FREN 017*, FREN 118*, FREN 219*, FREN 320*. Students cannot register and receive credit for courses that are at a lower level than their current level and/or ability, or a course already taken.
3    Students who have previously taken FREN 010 may not subsequently offer for credit FREN 016* or FREN 017*.
4    Students in the B.A.(Hons.) program who are spending Year 3 in a French-speaking university and those who are fluent in French are not required to take FREN 320*.
5    Students who have initially taken FREN 100 in the Minor concentration may change into the Major or Medial concentration if they meet the following conditions:
a    A student who has obtained at least 75 per cent in FREN 100 may transfer into the Major or Medial concentration by taking FREN 212 and FREN 220.
b    A student with a mark of at least 80 per cent in FREN 221 and in 1.0 other 200-level credit (chosen from FREN 201*, FREN 202*, FREN 227*, FREN 266*, FREN 283*, FREN 285*, FREN 291*, FREN 295*) or in FREN 215 may transfer from the Minor into the Major or Medial concentration by taking FREN 212. Required 300- and 400-level courses are also to be chosen from those specified under the Major or Medial concentration description. The student may count FREN 100, FREN 212, FREN 221 and a maximum of 1.0 other 200-level credit in French (chosen from FREN 201*, FREN 202*, FREN 215, FREN 227*, FREN 266*, FREN 283*, FREN 285*, FREN 291*, FREN 295*) toward course requirements for the Major or Medial concentration.
6    All courses ranging from FREN 400-FREN 502* are open only to students in fourth year who have been admitted to an Honours Program in French.
Arts and Science Departments, Programs and Courses French Studies Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - BAH
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