A French course taught in English is a course in which a majority of the content focuses on French or Francophone
culture, literature or history, but does not give instruction primarily in French.
• French majors have the option of counting two French courses taught in English toward major requirements
• French minors have the option of counting one French course taught in English toward minor requirements.
• French courses taught in English count toward the major/minor as either 200 or 300 level elective credit. The
level of each approved course is indicated below.
• If you believe that a course meets the guidelines to count as French course taught in English but does not appear on this list, please obtain a syllabus for the course and contact email@example.com. The French section head will review the course and you will be notified of the decision.
The French section offers French courses taught in English, including:
• French 240, 241, 244, 340, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 402, 444, 453
• A course which is cross-listed with French but taught in translation also counts as a
French course taught in English (History, Comparative Literature, etc.)
The following courses, offered outside of RLL, have been identified as additional French courses taught in English. Please make sure to note the specific course title/topic.
|Course||Course Title/Topic||French Course Taught in English Level||Notes|
|From Colonial Saint-Domingue to Independent Haiti: History and culture of an exceptional colonial and post-colonial territory (Prof. Jean Hébrard)||300|
|History of Literary Criticism and Theory:Late Foucault (this topic only; Prof. David Halperin)||300
|HISTART 271.001||Origins of Modernism (Prof. Howard Lay)||200|
||The Gothic Age: Art of Medieval Paris (this topic only)||300|
|HISTART 393.001||Race and Visual Culture in Modern France, from the French Revolution to Art Deco (this topic only)||300|
|HISTART 393.001||Baudelaire's Paris (this topic only)||300|
|HISTART 394.001||The Art of Flanerie (Prof. Howard Lay)||300|
|HISTORY 313||The Revolutionary Century: France, 1789- 1900||300||Cross-listed with French 344|
|HISTORY 314||Empire, Way, and Modernity: France and the World in the 20th Century||300||Cross-listed with French 345|
|HISTORY 323||French Enlightenment||300||Cross-listed with French 343|
|ROMLANG 241/ MEMS 260||Introduction to Medieval and Early Modern Romance Literatures and Cultures (Fall 2014)||200|
|ROMLANG 253.002||The Mediterranean (Winter 2015; Prof. Green-Mercado)||200||Meet together with HISTART 253 & JUDAIC 253 *Requires some individualized assignments for students pursuing this option. Please consult with Prof. Green-Mercado with any questions.|
|ROMLANG 495||Independent Study||300||Must be approved by French faculty advisor|
|ROMLING 300||Introduction to Romance Languages||300|
|SAC 441||National Screens: French Cinema from the New Wave to the Present (this topic only; Prof. Feroz Hassan)||300|
|SAC 441||National Screens: French Cinema (this topic only; Prof. Mark Klingerman)||300|
|SAC 441||National Screens: The French New Wave (this topic only)||300|
|SPANISH 430||Advanced Studies in Hispanic Culture and Society: Introduction to Catalan Language & Culture (this topic only)||300|
|SPANISH 445||Romance Studies: Introduction to French-Spanish Literary Relations: Comparative Marxism (this topic only; Prof. Gavin Arnall)||300|
|Wolof Course||CGIS Senegal study abroad program||300|
|Paris By Site (Art History course)||CGIS Arts in Paris program||200||Approved by French UCC Fall 2014|
|Required Arabic Course||CGIS Morocco program||300||Approved by French UCC Fall 2014|