Students can enter the Program either from the beginning classes of our language program or, if they already have enough French, move right into upper-level courses. The major requires the completion of 30 credits at the 3000 level. (Major)
We pay close attention to the large international context issuing from France’s colonial past, exploring the interaction between France and her “Others,” the various regions that bear the imprint of French language and culture, such as Canada, the Caribbean, West, Central and North Africa, the Near East, the Near East, the Indian Ocean and Asia.
For more information on the University of Connecticut’s Program in French and Francophone Studies, please contact:
Professors Hassanaly Ladha or Valérie Saugera
French and Francophone Studies
University of Connecticut
337 Mansfield Road, U-1057
Storrs, CT 06269