Mastering the French language allows students to live and work anywhere in the world where French is spoken. It gives students an edge when looking job opportunities with companies that are based in or do business with other companies in French-speaking nations. It gives them an understanding of French culture, literature and history that will help them feel at home in France and elsewhere around the world. That’s one of the reasons why we encourage French minors to take study abroad during the course of their college career, and especially to take advantage of the summer study abroad program in France, which can count towards college credits here if arrangements are made in advance.
The Department of World Languages & Cultures offers the following French degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Science in Teaching, and a French minor. Course offerings can be found in the Undergraduate Bulletin.
Questions about MSU’s French programs can be directed to Evan Bibbee.