Certificates & Associated Programs
Diploma awarded by the Paris Chamber of Commerce to students passing special examinations in May. Students must first take French 324 and are also encouraged to take French 401 and 405, or courses with equivalent cultural and historical background.
Certificate awarded to students completing a French major and the five-year teaching education program. Consult the Office of Teacher Education, Graduate School of Education, College Avenue Campus, 732-932-7496, ext. 135.
For non-majors and/or non-minors. Student must demonstrate an ability to comprehend, speak, read, and write French as attested by a grade of B or better in 6 credits of work taken in courses at or above the 200-level (conducted entirely in French). NOTE: The certificate is awarded only with or subsequent to the awarding of a baccalaureate degree in an approved major. There will be no notation on the academic transcript. Application available upon request in the department.
Courses in French are occasionally cross-listed in other programs such as: Medieval Studies, Film Studies, Women's Studies, Comparative Literature, and Linguistics. Courses on French topics are also taught in History and Art History.