Saint Louis University's minor in French consists of 18 credis of 3000- and 4000-level courses in French. All courses must be taught in French.
|FREN 3010||Discovering the French-Speaking World 1||3|
|FREN 3020||Text, Voice, & Self-Expression||3|
|FREN 3030||21st-Century France||3|
|FREN 3040||Society, Nation & the Arts in Pre-Revolutionary France||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Language & Linguistics|
|French for the Professional|
|French and the Sciences|
|French and International Relations: Global Simulation|
|Translation & Comparative Stylistics - French/English|
|French and Francophone Media : Qu’est-ce qui se passe ?|
|Women and Global Issues|
|18th-Century French Prose|
|Paris in 19th-Century Lit|
|French Drama: 18th Century to Romantics|
|Themes in French Literature|
|French Cinema II 80's-90's|
|Postcolonialism and Violence, Issues of Representation in Francophone Culture, Literature and Film|
|Women and Writing in Early Modern France|
|Exoticism in French Literature|
Students who begin their study of French at SLU above the 3010 level must complete an additional course or courses at the 4000 level to fulfill the 18 credits required for the minor.
All French minor courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher in order to count for the minor and for the student to continue in the minor.