| ACADEMICS | Majors & Minors | French
Courses in French offered by the World Languages Department are designed for students whose interests and career plans have an international or multi-ethnic focus. Students who minor in French will develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing fluency and will study the culture, history and literature of the people who use the language. Alpha Mu Gamma, a national honor society in foreign languages, recognizes excellence in the study of foreign languages. Any Worcester State University student who receives two “A’s” in French at any level at Worcester State University and a 3.0 cumulative GPA is eligible to join. Application for membership is in early February. Interested students may contact Professor Judith Jeon-Chapman.Requirements for a Minor in French 18 credits in French including:
(Students with advanced knowledge of French should begin at 300-level.) Placement for French Courses Students are encouraged to discuss placement with French faculty or the World Languages Department chair. The following are intended to be general placement guidelines to help students with previous experience with French:
Students may also take a placement exam in French at the Academic Success Center. It is recommended that the results of the test be discussed with the French faculty or the World Languages Department chair, especially if the test places the student below the level recommended above.
CONTACT USWorld LanguagesSullivan Academic CenterSuite S-303 and S-304508-929-8154