Non-Degree Students: In order to register for the courses listed below, non-degree graduate students must receive permission from the Modern Languages Department. A signed course permission slip must be submitted with registration materials.
FRN 534 Studies in Language and Linguistics (3-0-3). Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Topics to be announced in the online course schedule; may be repeated for credit with change of topic. Linguistics Studies course.
FRN 540 Field Experience Abroad (1-8 credits). Prerequisites: Permission of instructor and departmental approval. Specially arranged field experience abroad, providing intensive exposure to students’ target countries and languages; may be preceded by a special preparatory course. Examples include supervised individual or group work-study experience in the target country followed by a period of travel and supervised two- to six-week group travel for students interested in a language or culture- oriented project. See the online course schedule and contact the department office for further information.
FRN 592 Special Topics: Study Abroad (1-6 credits). Prerequisite: Graduate Standing. Study of a particular topic in French language, literature or civilization as part of the University’s Study Abroad Program. May be repeated with change of topic.
FRN 593 Special Topics in Culture and Civilization (4-0-4). Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Topics to be announced in the on-line course schedule. May be repeated for credit with change of topic.
FRN 594 Special Topics in Literature (1-6 credits). Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Intensive study of a particular period, theme, or author. Topics to be announced in the online course schedule. May be repeated for credit with change of topic.
FRN 596 Independent Study (1-8 credits). Prerequisites: Permission of instructor and departmental approval. Student-initiated, supervised projects involving French language or literature; examples include in-depth study of a particular writer or specialized readings in linguistics. May be used to cover the materials of a listed course not offered in a given year. Projects arranged between individual students and instructor; title of project appears on the student’s transcript.
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