French - Bachelor's (BA)
The French program prepares students to use the French language in all types of communication. It enables them to understand as fully as possible French cultures, literatures, and events around the world and to explore the contributions French language users have made and continue to make to human culture, the environment, and the economy.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Through experiential learning in language classes, as well as in more advanced courses in literature, culture, linguistics, localization, and translation, our program trains our students to be multilingual and intercultural. In addition to linguistic and cultural competence, students gain valuable skills in critical thinking, communication, and problem-solving. A 120-hour curriculum leads to a Bachelor of Arts in French global studies. Major requirements:
- UTA's general core
- UNIV 1101 or UNIV 1131
- GLOBAL 2301
- FREN 1441, FREN 1442, FREN 2313, FREN 2314
- 27 hours at the 3000/4000 level in French, of which at least nine must be at the 4000 level. Of these 27 hours, specific required courses are listed below:
- FREN 3300 or FREN 3303
- FREN 3304
- FREN 3309
- FREN 3312
General elective hours will be used to complete the total hours required for the degree.
- Degree curriculum
- Degree information in the University Catalog
- Modern Languages faculty
- MODL advantage
- Program accreditation
- The Language Services Industry: Interpreting, Localization, and Translation
- Research, Writing, Publishing, and the Media
- International Relations & Diplomacy
- Museums and Nonprofit Organizations
- BA in French
Fast Track Program in Modern Languages with Concentration in French
The Fast Track Program allows outstanding undergraduate students in French at UT Arlington to take up to three graduate courses in French that will earn credit toward both the bachelor's degree and the master's degree in modern languages. It is designed to encourage high standards of performance, to facilitate the transition from undergraduate to graduate study, and to reduce time needed to complete the M.A.
WHY CHOOSE US?
- UTA has the fifth highest undergraduate ethnic diversity index among national universities (U.S. News & World Report)
- Faculty and staff committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion
- Classes are small to maximize opportunities for practicing language skills and for encouraging dialogue and personalized instruction
- Students engage with other students from across the globe and form relationships that serve their future professional pursuits and foster their personal and social well-being
- The faculty consists of nationally and internationally recognized scholars as well as dedicated and enthusiastic teachers
- Annual summer study abroad in Paris or Montreal taught and led by UTA faculty
- Internship opportunities
- Free tutoring
- Active student club, La Société Francophone
Take the next step toward investing in yourself by learning more about our French - Bachelor's (BA) program.