Contact:
Dr. Patrick Moser
Professor of French
Office: (417) 873-6957
pmoser@drury.edu

Dr. Catherine Blunk
Assistant Professor of French
Office: (417) 873-7430
cblunk@drury.edu

French Major

The curriculum of the department of languages is designed to introduce all Drury students to selected languages of the world and their cultural and literary traditions. Language majors are prepared for graduate studies and also for careers in a variety of fields including teaching, international business and foreign service. We offer majors and minors in French and Spanish.
French majors and minors are strongly urged to earn some of the required credits through an approved program in a French-speaking country.

Note: Completion of 101 or 102 (or equivalent) or transfer credit are prerequisites for enrollment in courses at the 200 level. Requirements for the French major are 26 hours of approved FREN courses at the 200 level or above, that must include the following:

All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses.

Choose one of the following literature courses (3 hours):
FREN 351: Introduction to French Literature I
FREN 352: Introduction to French Literature II
FREN 441: Advanced Studies: French Language and Literature
FREN 442: Advanced Studies: French Language and Literature
FREN 464: Genre Study: French Poetry
FREN 465: Genre Study: French Drama
FREN 466: Genre Study: French Prose

Choose one of the following (3 hours):
FREN 493: Senior Seminar
FREN 494: Senior Seminar: French Literature

Choose at least two hours from the following:
FREN 314: Community Service in French
FREN 315: Community Service in French
FREN 316: Community Service in French
FREN 317: Community Service in French
FREN 318: Community Service in French
FREN 319: Community Service in French

Choose 18 hours of electives from the following:
FREN 201: Intermediate French III
FREN 202: Intermediate French IV
FREN 230: French Beyond France: Cultural Identity in the Francophone World
FREN 280: International Language Study – French

FREN 301: French Grammar and Composition
FREN 302: French Culture and Civilization
FREN 303: French Conversation

FREN 310: French Pronunciation and Phonetics
FREN 311: French Pronunciation and Phonetics
FREN 312: French Pronunciation and Phonetics
FREN 320: France Today: Who Are the French?
FREN 330: Dangerous Liaisons: French Literature in Translation
FREN 344: Commercial French
FREN 351: Introduction to French Literature I
FREN 352: Introduction to French Literature II
FREN 380: Advanced International Language Study – French
FREN 441: Advanced Studies: French Language and Literature
FREN 442: Advanced Studies: French Language and Literature
FREN 464: Genre Study: French Poetry
FREN 465: Genre Study: French Drama
FREN 466: Genre Study: French Prose
FREN 290, 390, 490: Selected Topics
FREN 391, 392, 491, 492: Research
FREN 397, 398, 497, 498: Internship