Basic Business French

FRST 125/3.0

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, students will be able to

  • Recognize and translate business related vocabulary in order to comprehend the main ideas
  • Identify various forms of business writing and correspondance to convey the meaning of various texts
  • Recognize differences between informal and formal business communication
  • Interpret concepts and terminology of specific areas of business, including advertising and financial reporting


Course Dates
Delivery Mode
Online Asynchronous


Synchronous Sessions18%
Online Quizzes24%
2 Term Tests18%
Final Proctored Exam40%

**Evaluation Subject to Change**

Final Examination

Students must write their exam on the day and time scheduled by the University. The start time may vary slightly depending on the off-campus exam centre. Do not schedule vacations, appointments, etc., during the exam period.

Instructor Information

Professor Donald Sackey (

Textbook and Materials

CDS reserves the right to make changes to the required material list as received by the instructor before the course starts. Please refer to the Campus Bookstore website at to obtain the most up-to-date list of required materials for this course before purchasing them.

REQUIRED: A headset equipped with a microphone.

No required textbook is required for this course.

Time Commitment

Students can expect to spend approximately 10-12 hours a week (120 hours per term) in study/practice and online activity for FRST 125.