In all programs of College studies, two French courses are required.
French “A” aims at improving general skills in French: oral comprehension, oral expression, reading comprehension, and written expression with an emphasis on the last two.
French “B” maintains the same general objectives while being more specifically oriented towards the particular programs or areas of studies of each student. The student’s program grid shows in which semesters each of the two French courses must be taken. It is extremely important for each student to follow this recommendation. Not all “B” courses are offered every semester. Missing a course that has been scheduled at a specific semester will mean, for students in certain programmes, having to wait for an extra semester to be able to take this course. If in doubt, one should consult an Academic Advisor.