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University of Calgary Calendar 2022-2023 Faculty of Arts 4. Program Details 4.35 Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures 4.35.10 Minor in French
4.35.10 Minor in French

Language Placement information see 4.35 Placement in Language Courses.

The Minor in French is regulated by the section of the Faculty of Arts Graduation Requirements entitled 3.3.3 Minor Programs.

Students must complete a minimum of 30 units to a maximum of 36 units in courses labelled French, including at least 18 units at the 300 level or above.

Note: 6 units from the French Language Instruction Program (FLIP) may be counted toward the minor.

Information sur le test de placement, voir 4.34 Placement in Language Courses.

Les exigences de la mineure en français sont précisées dans la section 3.3.3 Minor Programs des règlements de la faculté des Arts. Les étudiants doivent suivre un minimum de 30 unités et un maximum de 36 unités puisées dans les cours portant l’étiquette French (FREN). Ce programme doit inclure au moins 18 unités au niveau 300 ou supérieur.

Remarque: Les cours FLIP (French Language Instruction Program) peuvent compter pour 6 unités.