French (FRE)

FRE 101. Elementary French I (MOTR LANG 101). 4 Credit Hours.

Elementary French I is a beginning course that presents sentence structure and vocabulary needed to communicate in basic French conversations. Students also learn about the culture of France and other French-speaking nations as they practice listening, speaking, reading, and writing in French.
Prerequisite: Reading Proficiency.

FRE 102. Elementary French II (MOTR LANG 102). 4 Credit Hours.

Elementary French II is a continuation of Elementary French I. The course expands vocabulary and grammar, and encourages communication in French using present and past tenses. Students learn about the culture of France and other French-speaking countries as they practice listening, reading, writing, and speaking in French.
Prerequisites: FRE 101 or 2 years of high school French and Reading Proficiency.

FRE 201. Intermediate French I. 4 Credit Hours.

A continuation of FRE 102. Emphasis is on becoming proficient in using the language so that students can function in a francophone culture. Primary concentration is on developing speaking and listening skills. Testing is both oral and written.
Prerequisites: FRE 102 or 3 or more years of high school French and Reading Proficiency.

FRE 202. Intermediate French II. 4 Credit Hours.

The major emphasis is preparing students to be functioning members of a French speaking community. The student will gain the linguistic skills necessary to perform in everyday situations. Speaking and listening skills are further developed. Testing is both oral and written. Additional lab hours required.
Prerequisites: FRE 201 or 4 or more years of high school French and Reading Proficiency.