The business requirements for a major in international business with a minor in French are listed in the International Business pages of the catalog. A minor in French may be completed as described above. However, in order to participate in the international business program in France, students must complete the minor by taking the following courses:
Qualified international business majors with sufficient French language skills take courses the second semester of their junior or senior year at the Management Institute of the University of Rennes in France and complete an internship with a French company. The normal French requirements for participation in this semester in France include 30 to 32 credits:
|FREN 211||Intermediate French I||4|
|FREN 212||Intermediate French II||4|
|FREN 311||Intensive Oral and Written Communication||4|
|FREN 331||French Culture and Civilization||4|
|FREN 360||French in the Business World||4|
|FREN 255||Pre-Study Abroad: France||2|
|FREN 300||May Seminar 1||4|
|FREN 490||Practicum 1||4|
The department may waive FREN 300 May Seminar and/or FREN 490 Practicum requirements for those students who are satisfactorily proficient in French language and culture as a result of an extended stay in a French-speaking country.
Degree and Graduation Requirements
In addition to the program-specific requirements listed above, all students must complete the graduation requirements specified for their degree. See the Degree and Graduation Requirements section for more information.