K-12: World Language & Cultures, French Licensure
The World Languages and Cultures: French K–12 content area is designed for those looking to teach the French language to students at all grade levels.
Learn more about the French program at St. Kate’s »
Prerequisite course work
Students enrolling in this content area must have proficiency in French to an intermediate level (Intermediate French II or its equivalent).
All French content-area students are encouraged to study in a French-speaking country. Courses taken abroad with prior approval of the department chair may apply to the program.
- FREN 2120 Intermediate French II
- PSYC 1001 General Psychology
- PSYC 2025 Lifespan Developmental Psychology
Courses in Subject Area
(Licensure requirements may not constitute a full major – please consult with your advisor in this major.)
The French major is available in the Day Program.
The following courses or their equivalents:
- FREN 3050 French Composition
- FREN 3060 Introduction to Literary Analysis
- FREN 3130 Survey of French Literature I
- FREN 3140 Survey of French Literature II
- FREN 3250 French and Francophone Civilization/Cultures
All French majors are encouraged to study in a French-speaking country. Courses taken abroad with prior approval of the department chair, may apply to the major.
- EDUC 380 Curriculum and Instruction: World Languages and Cultures K-12
- EDUC 347 Field Experience III: (K-12) World Languages and Culture
- EDUC 3920 Student Teaching and Seminar in World Languages and Culture: Elementary
- EDUC 3930 Student Teaching and Seminar in World Languages and Culture: Secondary