B.A. in French (General Major)

French majors from CLU have entered careers as educators, travel specialists, translators, interpreters for governmental organizations, international business, the Peace Corps and church mission work.

CLU's French curriculum offers a technology enhanced program that is designed to provide students with a strong competency in the French language and an understanding of the French cultures throughout the world. Emphasising an interactive learning environment and maintaining small class sessions, the curriculum is based in conversation and composition as well as film, literature, phonetics and linquistics.

Majors and non-majors alike have the opportunity to participat in Study Abroad programs in Paris, Aix-en-Provence and Avignon or, by arrangement, francophone Canada for one semester or the academic year.

French majors from CLU have entered careers as educators, travel specialists, translators, interpreters for governmental organizations, international business, the Peace Corps and church mission work. The growing field of international management has attracted graduates who have combined their French degree with business administration or international affairs studies at CLU. Graduates in French are attractive to employers not only in the United States, but also in Canada, Africa and the European Community.

Requirements

Minimum Credits: 32
Upper Division Credits: 24
Required Courses: 32 credits minimum, 32 credits upper division; French 101/102 (or validated by examination), 201/202 (or validated by examination), 301, 302, 311, 312, 321, 401, one capstone course.

Emphasis Options
Track I - Teaching Major
Minimum Credits: 32
Upper Division Credits: 32
Required Courses: French 101/102 or validated examination, 201/202 or validated examination, 301, 311, 312, 321, 401, capstone

Track II - General Major
Minimum Credits: 32
Upper Division Credits: 24

Required Courses: French 101/102 or validated examination, 201/202 or validated examination, 301, 311, 312, 401, capstone






B.A. in French ( Teaching Major )

French majors from CLU have entered careers as educators, travel specialists, translators, interpreters for governmental organizations, international business, the Peace Corps and church mission work.

CLU's French curriculum offers a technology enhanced program that is designed to provide students with a strong competency in the French language and an understanding of the French cultures throughout the world. Emphasising an interactive learning environment and maintaining small class sessions, the curriculum is based in conversation and composition as well as film, literature, phonetics and linquistics.

Majors and non-majors alike have the opportunity to participate in Study Abroad programs in Paris, Aix-en-Provence and Avignon or, by arrangement, francophone Canada for one semester or the academic year.

French majors from CLU have entered careers as educators, travel specialists, translators, interpreters for governmental organizations, international business, the Peace Corps and church mission work. The growing field of international management has attracted graduates who have combined their French degree with business administration or international affairs studies at CLU. Graduates in French are attractive to employers not only in the United States, but also in Canada, Africa and the European Community.

Requirements

Minimum Credits: 32
Upper Division Credits: 32
Required Courses: 32 credits minimum, 32 credits upper division; French 101/102 (or validated by examination), 201/202 (or validated by examination), 301, 302, 311, 312, 321, 401, one capstone course.

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Contact the Department

Languages and Cultures
California Lutheran University
60 W. Olsen Rd.# 3800
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Department Chair:
Sheridan Wigginton, Ph.D.


 

 

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