Plan of Study

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Students select a program from a variety of courses listed below in French literature, language, culture, and literature and the arts. The master's examination for each candidate is prepared and evaluated by a committee of three members of the French graduate faculty which will consider the candidate's course program in preparing the examination.

Candidates must also demonstrate a reading knowledge of another foreign language. The M.A. examination is administered in November and April. Applications for the examination should be made to the Director of Graduate Studies no later than four months prior to the date of examination. For further information concerning the M.A. program in French, consult the Director of Graduate Studies.

All courses listed below are offered on a rotating basis and not less frequently than every eighth semester.

GRADUATE COURSES
FR 504
TOPICS IN FRENCH LITERATURE AND CULTURE
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 507 INTERPRETATION AND STYLE (3)
FR 510 LINGUISTIC STRUCTURE OF MODERN FRENCH (3)
FR 550 FRANCE TODAY (3)
FR 553 TEACHING OF FRENCH (3)
FR 570 SEMINAR IN FRENCH LANGUAGE PEDAGOGY (1)
FR 601 POETIC VISION
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 604
THE TRAGIC MODE
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 605
COMIC FICTION
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 606
LITERATURE OF THE MIDDLE AGES
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 607
STUDIES IN RENAISSANCE LITERATURE
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 609 SEVENTEENTH-­CENTURY STUDIES
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 612 STRUCTURE AND STYLISTICS OF FRENCH (3)
FR 617
EIGHTEENTH-­‐‑CENTURY STUDIES
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 619
NINETEENTH-­CENTURY STUDIES
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 621
TWENTIETH-­CENTURY STUDIES
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 630
FRENCH LANGUAGE, LITERATURE AND CULTURE OUTSIDE
FRANCE
(SUBTITLE REQUIRED)
(3)
FR 780 SPECIAL STUDIES IN FRENCH (3)

 

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