Minor in French

Minor in French as a Second Language

6 courses (18 credits), FRN 100 and 200-level

 

Minor in French and Francophone Intercultural Studies

6 courses (18 credits) at the FRN 200, 300 and 400-level

 



Admission Requirements

  • • Meet the University of Regina’s entrance requirements

  • Meet program requirements as specified in the undergraduate calendar
  • An overall university average of 65% is required
  • All students with knowledge of French must take the placement test below (otherwise they must enrol in FRN 100) 

Please make an appointment with your academic advisor at the Student Services Centre in order to enrol in a minor. 


Information

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French as a Second Language Minor

Can be completed in a minimum of 4 semesters

1. FRN 100 (Discovery I)*

2. FRN 101 (Discovery II)*

3. FRN 200 (Exploration I)

4. FRN 201 (Exploration II)

5. FRN 2XX (ex. FRN 220AB: French in Your Plate!)

6. FRN 2XX (ex.  FRN 220AD: Canadian Francophone Cinema)          

*Or FRN 110 (Spring or Summer course covering content from FRN 100 and 101)

For details on course offerings and pre-requisites, please refer to the Undergraduate Calendar


French and Francophone Intercultural Studies Minor

Can be completed in a minimum of 3 semesters

1. FRN 201 (Exploration II)

2. FRN 300  (Achievement I)

3. FRN 301 (Achievement II)

4. FRN 2XX* (ex. FRN 246: The Francophone World)

5. FRN 2XX or 3XX (ex. FRN 340 AD: Francophone Women)

6. FRN 3XX (ex.  FRN 366: Francophone Litterature)          

*FRN 200 may be used with a minimum grade of 75%

For details on course offerings and pre-requisites, please refer to the Undergraduate Calendar


Minor - French as Second Language

  • Beginner level
  • At least 6 French classes (or 18 credit hours)
  • 65% GPA required in major courses

Minor - Francophone Intercultural Studies

  • Intermediate level
  • At least 6 French classes (or 18 credit hours)
  • 65% GPA required in major courses
  • Flexible course schedule (minors may be completed in a minimum of 3 or 4 semesters) 
  • Access to numerous scholarships, including $500 for students taking at least 3 French courses per semester
  • Access to the Student Services Centre (free tutoring service, academic guidance, job readiness, etc.) 
  • Numerous study and work opportunities in Canada and abroad