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Subject Code - FREN (French)

Within the Pre-requisites, CEFR refers to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The CEFR is a reference tool developed by the Council of Europe to provide a common basis for the development of modern-language curriculum guidelines, examinations, textbooks, etc. Please contact the Department Advisor (French) with questions at All French courses titled "Studies in ....", as well as FREN 348, FREN 349, FREN 495 and FREN 498, may be taken twice for credit with different content, to a maximum of 6 credits.

Course Title
FREN 101Beginners' French I
FREN 102Beginners' French II
FREN 201Elementary French I
FREN 202Elementary French II
FREN 301Intermediate French I
FREN 302Intermediate French II
FREN 311Introduction to Literature in French
FREN 321Critical Writing
FREN 330Introduction to Quebec Literature
FREN 331Arts, Cultures and Society from the Middle Ages to the Revolution
FREN 341Arts, Cultures and Society from Romanticism to the Present Day
FREN 346French at Work
FREN 352French Grammar
FREN 353Advanced French Grammar
FREN 370Introduction to French Linguistics
FREN 401Upper-Intermediate French I
FREN 402Upper-Intermediate French II
FREN 414The Modern and Contemporary French Novel
FREN 416Contemporary French Literature and Culture
FREN 419Women's Writing
FREN 427French Cinema
FREN 442Cultures of the Francophone World
FREN 451French Phonetics
FREN 476French Language and Societies
FREN 495Research Seminar in French Literature and Culture
FREN 499Honours Essay
FREN 501BStudies in Medieval French Literature - MEDIEVAL FR LIT
FREN 520BSpecial Topics in French Literature - FREN LIT STUDIES
FREN 521AStudies in Francophone Literatures and Cultures - LIT FR-SPKG WRLD
FREN 556AStudies in French Language and Linguistics - FREN LANG STDIES
FREN 599AMaster's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS
FREN 599BMaster's Thesis - MASTER'S THESIS
FREN 699Doctoral Dissertation