"What Can I Do With a Major in...French?"
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The graduate with a Bachelor degree in French will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Use the modern language of his/her major (French or Spanish) orally and in writing in a variety of informal and formal situations.
- Comprehend a variety of authentic materials in the modern language of his/her major (French or Spanish) for personal and/or professional use.
- Demonstrate knowledge of linguistic elements, pronunciation and intonation, grammar, forms of discourse, and vocabulary to satisfy a variety of everyday tasks.
- Engage in socially appropriate forms of communication
- Demonstrate an understanding of the target cultures in his/her geographical and historical contexts, including perspectives, practices, and products.
- Teach essential elements of modern language of his/her major (French or Spanish) at elementary and secondary school levels.
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