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University of Calgary Calendar 2018-2019 Faculty of Arts 4. Program Details 4.59 School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures 4.59.7 Baccalauréat en français/BA in French
4.59.7 Baccalauréat en français/BA in French

A. FACULTY OF ARTS REQUIREMENTS

Students must adhere to the applicable Faculty of Arts requirements in 3.4 Graduation.

B. EXIGENCES POUR LE BACCALAURÉAT EN FRANÇAIS/MAJOR-FIELD REQUIREMENTS

La Section française de l'École de langues, linguistique, littératures et cultures de l'Université de Calgary offre un programme d'étude complet de la langue et de la littérature françaises. Ce programme, de nature multidisciplinaire, est entièrement enseigné en français. Le programme de Baccalauréat (BA) est conçu pour développer les aptitudes linguistiques de l'étudiant jusqu'à un niveau très élevé. L'étudiant au BA apprendra la structure de la langue française, découvrira ses variations, et gagnera, ce faisant, un vaste fond de connaissances littéraires et culturelles dont le contenu traversera les siècles (du Moyen Âge à aujourd'hui), les cultures (la France, le Canada et toute la francophonie) et les média (la littérature et le cinéma notamment). Le Baccalauréat spécialisé (BA Honours) permet à l'étudiant d'approfondir ses connaissances linguistiques et culturelles tout en le préparant adéquatement pour les études supérieures, que ce soit en littérature, en linguistique, en éducation ou en traduction. Enfin, le Baccalauréat conjoint en Français et en Éducation (BA/BEd) prépare les étudiants à enseigner le français dans les réseaux d'enseignement primaires et secondaires tandis que les programme de Baccalauréat conjoints en français/italien et en français/espagnol intéresseront particulièrement les étudiants qui souhaitent jumeler leurs compétences en français à des compétences dans une deuxième langue romane.

Exigences: La concentration en français comprend un minimum de 48 unités (8.0 cours complets) et un maximum de 60 unités (10.0 cours complets), dont les suivants:

1. Niveau 200: 9 unités (1.5 cours complet) French 213, 225 et 227.

2. Niveau 300: 6 unités (1.0 cours complet) French 329, 369, plus 9 unités additionnelles (1.5 cours complet).

3. Niveau 400: 15 unités (2.5 cours complets).

4. Niveau 500: 9 unités (1.5 cours complets).

Remarques:

  • Les étudiants doivent choisir comme premier demi-cours celui qui correspond à leurs connaissances de la langue française. Ceux qui ont suivi French 30N, 30S, 31, French Language Arts (FLA) 30 ou leur équivalent s'inscriront d'habitude au cours French 225. Les étudiants qui ont suivi French 30 ou French N30 s'inscriront d'habitude au cours French 213 après lequel ils pourront s'inscrire au cours French 225. Il est fortement recommandé, en cas de doute, de s'adresser à l'École avant la période des inscriptions.
  • Les étudiants qui commencent en Français 209 ou 211 doivent compléter les exigences pour la concentration en français stipulées ci-dessus.
  • Les étudiants qui sont placés à un niveau supérieur au cours French 225 dans la série des cours de langue doivent remplacer les cours dont ils sont dispensés par d'autres cours French (FREN) ou Romance Studies (ROST) de niveau 300 ou supérieur.
  • Le Département recommande aux étudiants dont le français est la langue seconde de choisir French 489.01 (Phonologie).
  • L'École recommande aux étudiants d'inclure parmi leurs options des cours FLIP (French Language Instruction Program) enseignés en français dans les autres départements. Un cours FLIP (French Language Instruction Program) peut compter pour 3 unités (0.5 cours complet).
  • L'École recommande aux étudiants de choisir des options reliées à leur concentration en français telles que la littérature franco-canadienne, l'histoire de France, du Québec ou de la francophonie internationale, la linguistique, Women's Studies, or African Studies.
  • L'École recommande fortement aux étudiants de baccalauréat spécialisé d'effectuer un voyage d'études d'au moins un semestre dans un environnement francophone.

The French Section of the School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures offers a comprehensive, multidisciplinary instruction in French language, linguistics and literature, using the target language. The BA program is designed to help students learn and achieve proficiency in French, understand its structure and variations, and gain a broad knowledge of French and Francophone literatures, by studying texts from different centuries, different countries, as well as by studying French-language films. The BA Honours deepens the foundation in French studies and provides excellent preparation for graduate studies in literatures or linguistics, as well as in education and translation. The BA/BEd, and the double-majors (French/Italian, French/Spanish), should be of particular value to students seeking to combine French with another degree.

Major-Field Requirements: Students must successfully complete a minimum of 48 and a maximum of 60 units (8.0 and a maximum of 10.0 full-course equivalents) in the Field of French while fulfilling the following requirements:

1. 200-Level Courses: 9 units (1.5 full-course equivalents) French 213, 225 and 227.

2. 300-Level Courses: 6 units (1.0 full-course equivalent) French 329, 369, and 9 additional units (1.5 full-course equivalents).

3. 400-Level Courses: 15 units (2.5 full-course equivalents).

4. 500-Level Courses: 9 units (1.5 full-course equivalents).

Notes:

  • Students should choose a first course appropriate to their command of the language. Those with credit in French 30N, 30S, 31, French Language Arts (FLA) 30 or equivalent should normally enrol in French 225. Students with French 30 or French N30 should normally enrol in French 213, after which they may enrol in French 225. In all cases of doubt students are strongly urged to seek the advice of the School before the registration period.
  • Students who start in French 209 or 211 must fulfill the requirements for French Majors specified above.
  • Students who place higher than the French 225 level in the language-course sequence must replace those language courses by other senior French (FREN) or Romance Studies (ROST) courses.
  • The School recommends that non-francophone students choose French 489.01 (Phonology) as the required course at the 400 level.
  • The School recommends that students include among their options FLIP (French Language Instruction Program) courses taught in French in other departments. Three units (0.5 full-course equivalent) FLIP (French Language Instruction Program) may be counted toward the French Major.
  • The School recommends that students choose options related to the French Major, such as French-Canadian literature, the history of France, the history of Quebec and/or the Francophone world, Linguistics, Women's Studies or African Studies.

C. DEGREE OPTIONS

The BA in French can be taken with Co-operative Education. See section 3.4.4 Co-operative Education Programs for information and requirements.