La Cité Universitaire Francophone

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La Cité Universitaire Francophone

LA CITÉ Degrees:

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Arts Honours (BAHons)

LA CITÉ Certificates:

Certificat en français langue seconde/Certificate in French as a Second Language
Certificate en études francophones et interculturelles/Certificate in French and Francophone Intercultural Studies

LA CITÉ Subject:

French and Francophone Intercultural Studies

Become fluent in both of Canada's official languages. Learn about French culture and important French writers, poets and other literary artists.

This program incorporates the study of French language and linguistics as well as the study of francophone cultures. If you major in French, you may choose to focus on either language or literature. You may also qualify for the designation "bilingual mention" by taking between 40 and 60 percent of your courses in French, including at least two courses from departments other than French or Education.

Sample Courses:
Cinéma francophone; Code oral; Civilisation français; Linguistique français; Introduction aux textes littéraires; Panorama de la littérature québécoise et franco-canadienne.

Career Opportunities:
Graduates find careers in education, translation, international relations, public relations, foreign affairs and many other branches of government.