The number of hours required for the FLES minor depends on the level at which a

The number of hours required for the fles minor

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The number of hours required for the FLES minor depends on the level at which a student begins the pro- gram. Students with no previous foreign language study begin with FOR 111 and complete 31 hours; students with 2 years of high school foreign language (or equiva- lent) begin with FOR 112 and must complete 27 hours beyond 111; students with 3 or more years of foreign language begin at 115 and must complete 23 hours beyond 112. Consult the Foreign Languages advisor if additional placement information is needed. Student may complete the FLES minor in French, Ger- man, Japanese, or Spanish: Required courses for French FLES: FR 111, 112, 115, 116, 213, 214, 220 or 305, 235; FOR 355. Required courses for German FLES: GER 111, 112, 115, 116, 211, 213, 217, 218; FOR 355. Required courses for Japanese FLES: JPN 111, 112, 115, 116, 231, 232, 285; FOR 355 and 3 approved elec- tive hours. Required courses for Spanish FLES: SPA 111, 112, 115, 116, 213, 214, 223, 243 or 244; FOR 355. (FOR 214 not for credit if have ACTFL speaking score of Advanced. See Foreign Language advisor for substi- tute courses.) 20 clinical hours of types 1, 2, 4, and 5, usually taken while enrolled in FOR 355. French Programs Degree Offered: B.A. MAJOR IN FRENCH A minimum of 35 hours and maximum of 43 hours in French are required. The number of hours required for the Major in French depends on the level at which a student begins the program. Students with no previous study in French begin the language with FR 111 and must complete 43 hours. Students with 2 years of high school French (or equivalent) normally begin with FR 112 and must complete 39 hours beyond 111. Students with 3 years of high school French (or equivalent) nor- mally begin with FR 115 and must complete 35 hours beyond 111 and 112. Required courses: FR 115, 116, 213, 214, 220, 235, 395, two out of 221, 222, 305, plus 6 elective hours at the 300-level or above including at least one 300-level literature course. Foreign Languages C A S
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189 Teacher Certification Sequence: A minimum of 38 hours and a maximum of 46 hours in French are required. The number of hours required for the Major in French for Teacher Certification depends on the level at which a student begins the program. Stu- dents with no previous study in French begin the lan- guage with FR 111 and must complete 46 hours. Students with 2 years of high school French (or equiva- lent) normally begin with FR 112 and must complete 42 hours beyond 111. Students with 3 years of high school French (or equivalent) normally begin with FR 115 and must complete 38 hours beyond 111 and 112. Required courses: FR 115, 116, 209, 213, 214, 220, 235, 305; FOR 319, 320; and either FR 221 or 222, plus sufficient electives to meet the total hour require- ment as indicated previously. Part of entitlement program leading to K-12 (Type 10) certification. Recommended electives: FR 340, 395; FOR 321. MINOR IN FRENCH 25 hours in French required. Required courses: FR 111, 112, 115, 116, 213; plus suf- ficient electives to meet the 25-hour requirement.
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  • Fall '15
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