Classes
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CSUB 101 FREN 101 FREN 102
FREN 103 FREN 201 FREN 202
FREN 301 FREN 302 FREN 311
FREN 380 FREN 415 INST 205
SPAN 101
FRENCH 101. Introduction to French I (5)
This course is an introduction to the nature of the discipline and the fundamentals of French language and culture. It emphasizes the development of the basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
 
FRENCH 102. Introduction to French II (5)
A continuation of French I - French II includes oral drills, reading of selected texts, and written exercises. Prerequisite: French 101, two years of high school French or the equivalent.

FRENCH 103. Introduction to French III (5)
A continuation of French I and French II - French III includes oral drills, reading of selected texts, and written exercises. Prerequisite: French 101 and French 102.

FRENCH 201. Intermediate French Grammar I (5)
Composition and conversation. An intensive review of French grammar with extensive practice in oral and written expression. Independent laboratory work and cultural readings. Prerequisite: FREN 103 or equivalent coursework or the consent of the instructor. [F]

FRENCH 202. Intermediate French Grammar II (5)
A continuation of FREN 201, designed especially to prepare students for upper division work in language and literature. [W]

FRENCH 301. French Literature I (5)
An overview of French literature from the Middle Ages to 1800.  Prerequisite:  competency in French at the 202 level or the equivalent, or permission of the instructor.

FRENCH 302. French Literature II (5)
An overview of French literature from 1800 to the present.  Prerequisite:  competency in French at the 202 level or the equivalent, or permission of the instructor.

FRENCH 311. Advanced French Grammar (5)
An intensive review of French grammar.  Designed especially for those planning to teach.  Drills, vocabulary building, proficiency in the written and spoken language.  Prerequisite:  competency in French at the 202 level or the equivalent, or permission of the instructor.  [F]

FRENCH 380. The Human Condition:  French Literature Through the Ages (5)
A study of the human condition through selected readings of French literature in translation including the epic, poetry, prose, the novel and theatre, from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century.  The appreciation of French literature will include the study of French culture and its development, with some comparison to the literature of other cultures as well as rigorous explications of texts, according to varied schools of literary criticism.  Prerequisite:  completion of ENGL 110.  [S]

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