French is a world language with more than 200 million Francophones in 68 countries on five continents. With the Minor in French and Francophone Studies at KSU, you will study French in cooking, fashion, dance and architecture. As French is the official language of many international organizations, including the United Nations, the European Union, UNESCO and NATO, you will be prepared to engage with various communities on a global scale.
The Minor in French and Francophone Studies requires 15 hours of FREN course work at the level of 2002 or above. These 15 hours must include FREN 3200, FREN 3302, and FREN 3303. Advanced speakers should consult with a French advisor about testing options using the Advanced Standing examinations available in the Department of World Languages and Cultures.