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College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Department of Languages & Literatures

French and Francophone Studies

Advising and Placement

Advisors for French & Francophone Studies

Advisors for the French & Francophone Studies program are assigned by the student's last name. Please contact your assigned advisor by e-mail to make an appointment or visit during the scheduled office hours posted on the Faculty & Staff page of our website. Fall office hours will be posted in mid-September.

Student's Last Name         Advisor         Contact

A-F                                 Chevillot        Frederique.Chevillot@du.edu

G-M                                Gilroy            James.Gilroy@du.edu

N-Sm                               Ly                 Mamadou.Ly@du.edu

Sn-Z                                Pap               Jennifer.Pap@du.edu

 

French placement matrix

French placement tests are taken over the summer online (see the CWLCwebsite). Students should save their scores when they complete the test.

Keep in mind as you review these charts that you don't want to ask yourself if you have ever studied these topics before, but rather, whether or not you would benefit from reviewing them. Most students need to study the same grammar topic several times before they become proficient when using it. The sequence of Elementary French is comprised of three 4 credits courses:FREN 1001, 1002 and 1003 (usually taken over the course of one academic year).
The sequence of Intermediate FREN is comprised of three 4 credits courses:FREN 2001, 2002 and 2003 (usually taken over the course of one academic year).

NOTE: Students who have taken 4 years of high school French are not allowed to take FREN 1001, they must start at FREN 1002 or higher.

Please click here to download the score matrix.

FREN2100 and FREN2400

FREN 2100: Lire, écrire et parler FREN 2400: Conversation et composition
4 credit hours count towards 44 required major hours. 4 credit hours count towards 44 required major hours.
Foregrounds grammar review. Foregrounds speaking and writing skills, through which some grammar is reviewed.,But there are not
actual grammar lessons in class-time, for the most part.
This is not required for the major but credits count toward the major and minor. This course is required for the major and minor.
This course gives you extra support before you go on to FREN 2400. This course is right for you if you are ready to put your language skills into action without specific
grammar review sessions.
IS OFFERED IN FALL ONLY IS OFFERED IN FALL AND WINTER QUARTERS ONLY.