SPECIALIST PROGRAM IN FRENCH (ARTS)

For curriculum inquiries, contact the CFL Undergraduate Assistant: cfl-ua@utsc.utoronto.ca

This program is designed to provide students with a fundamental knowledge and grasp of principles and practices in core areas of French: language, grammar, linguistics, literature and culture.
Enrolment in the CTEP program in French has been suspended indefinitely. Students who enrolled at UTSC prior to the 2014 Summer Session should refer to the 2013/14 UTSC Calendar.

Program Requirements
This program requires 12.0 credits as follows including at least 4.0 credits at the C- or D-level of which at least 1.0 credit must be at the D-level:

1. 4.0 credits as follows:
FREA01H3 Language Practice I
FREA02H3 Language Practice II
FREB01H3 Language Practice III
FREB02H3 Language Practice IV
FREC01H3 Language Practice V
FREC02H3 Language Practice VI
FRED01H3 Language Practice VII: Written French
FRED06H3 Language Practice VIII: Oral French
(Except where substitution of other French credits is permitted for students with special proficiency in the French language)

2. 2.0 credits selected from:
FREB08H3 Practical Translation I
FREB44H3 Introduction to Linguistics: French Phonetics and Phonology (taught in French)
FREB45H3 Introduction to Linguistics: French Morphology and Syntax (taught in French)
FREB46H3 History of the French Language (taught in French)
FREC12H3 Semantics: The Study of Meaning (taught in English)
FREC46H3 Syntax II (taught in English)
FREC47H3 Pidgin and Creole Languages (taught in English)
FREC48H3 Sociolinguistics of French (taught in French)
( FRED49H3) French Semantics

3. 1.5 credits selected from:
FREB22H3 The Society and Culture of Québec
FREB27H3 Modern France
FREB28H3 The Francophone World
FREB70H3 Cinema of the French-Speaking World
FREB84H3 Folktale, Myth and the Fantastic in the French-Speaking World
FREC54H3 Paris Through the Ages
FREC83H3 Cultural Identities and Stereotypes in the French-Speaking World

4. 3.0 credits in literature which must include:
FREB50H3 Introduction to French Literature I
FREB35H3 Francophone Literature
and
1.0 credit in literature from Québec, selected from the following:
FREB36H3 The 20th Century Québec Novel
FREB37H3 Contemporary Québec Drama
FREC38H3 Topics in the Literature of Québec
FRED14H3 Advanced Topics in the Literature of Québec
and
1.0 credit in French Literature, selected from the following:
FREB51H3 Literary History in Context: From the Middle Ages to the 17th Century
FREB55H3 Literary History in Context: 18th and 19th Centuries
FREC57H3 French Fiction of the 19th Century
FREC58H3 Literature of the Ancien Regime
FREC63H3 Topics in French Literature: Encountering Foreign Cultures: Travel Writing in France
FREC64H3 French Fiction of the 20th and 21st Centuries
FRED13H3 Advanced Topics in French Literature

5. 1.5 additional credits in French from either the above-mentioned courses (where not already taken) or from the list below:
FREB08H3 Practical Translation I
FREB11H3 French Language in the School System
FREB17H3 Spoken French: Conversation and Pronunciation
FREB18H3 Business French
FREB20H3 Teaching Children's Literature in French
FREC11H3 Teaching French as a Second Language
FREC18H3 Translation for Business and Professional Needs

Notes:
1. Specialist students (including CTEP) cannot obtain more than 0.5 credit (out of 12.0) by taking a course in English. This does not include CTEP courses taught in English through OISE.
2. At the A-level, only FREA01H3 and FREA02H3 may be counted towards a French Program.