Courses

FRENCH:

2017-18 Course Brochure (PDF) - see Aurora for up-to-date time schedules

2015-16 Literature Course Description (PDF)

2014-15 Literature Course Description (PDF)

For course descriptions from the General Calendar, click here. Then choose the Term and press "Submit", select "French" for the Subject, and select "Get Courses". Please note that not all courses listed here are offered each year.

The three areas of study are identified in the course descriptions in the General Calendar with the following letters in brackets after the course title:

A:  French Language
B:  French Literature
C:  French Civilization

NOTE: Civilization courses FREN 2810 and FREN 3850 may be counted as either French language or literature credits, but not both.


SPANISH:

2017-18 Course Brochure (PDF) - see Aurora for up-to-date time schedules

For course descriptions from the General Calendar, click here. Then choose the Term and press "Submit", select "Spanish" for the Subject, and select "Get Courses". Please note that not all courses listed here are offered each year.


ITALIAN:

2017-18 Course Brochure (PDF) - see Aurora for up-to-date time schedules

For course descriptions from the General Calendar, click here. Then choose the Term and press "Submit", select "Italian" for the Subject, and select "Get Courses". Please note that not all courses listed here are offered each year.

Italian Course Descriptions for 2017-2018
     - ITLN 1080 Introductory Italian A01(TR 1-2:15pm) & A02 (MWF 11:30am-12:20pm) Fall & Winter
     - ITLN 2100 Writing in Italian (TR 11:30am-12:45pm) Fall
     - ITLN 2090 Speaking in Italian (TR 11:30am-12:45pm) Winter

Aurora Course Description

FRENCH:

Which French course should I start off with?

2017-2018 Course Description (Dept of FSI)
FREN 1200 A03 French 1 Blended Learning (F/W) (PDF)
FREN 2640 La littérature de la Nouvelle France (W) (PDF)
FREN 2700 Poésie et théâtre canadiens-français (F) (PDF)
FREN 2740 Théâtre et poésie du 19e siècle (F) (PDF)
FREN 2820 Le Cinéma Africain (W) (PDF)
FREN 3022 Les communications au bureau (F) (PDF)
FREN 3160, 4610 & 7540 Roman et nouvelle français du 19e siècle (W) (PDF)
FREN 3840, 4620 & 7560 Écriture autobiographique (F) (PDF)
FREN 3920 Enjeux majeurs en littératures francophones postcoloniales (W) (PDF)

2016-2017 Course Description
FREN 2640 T06 La littérature de la Nouvelle France (PDF)
FREN 2642 T03 Le théâtre : du texte au spectacle (PDF)
FREN 3840, 4610 & 7580 Histoire des médias franco-canadiens de l'Ouest (PDF)

Guest Speakers' Lectures
2016
Rencontre avec Paulette Duguay (FREN 3840 Histoire des médias franco-canadiens de l'Ouest) (PDF)
Conférence d'Aimée Craft (FREN 3850 Civilisation canadienne-française) (PDF)
Conférence d'Eileen Angelini (FREN 1190 Français) (PDF)

2015
Conférence d'Hélène Cazes (FREN 1200 French 1) (PDF)

2014
Conférence de Jacqueline Blay (FREN 3850 Civilisation canadienne-française) (PDF)

SPANISH:
Many Spanish language and culture courses are offered on an annual basis. Students can take courses or obtain a minor, a major and an advanced major in Spanish. Some Spanish courses may be combined with courses in Anthropology, Economics, Geography, or History in an interdisciplinary program leading to a minor in Latin American Studies.

Students with previous knowledge of Spanish (Hispanic descent, summers in Spain or Latin America, etc.) may take upper-level Spanish courses notwithstanding the lack of appropriate prerequisite. If you are interested in this option, please phone or email the Department of French, Spanish and Italian.