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Minor in French

Minor in French

The French language fascinates you, and you love the striking lyrical phrases that so eloquently describe life. Develop your ability to express yourself in French, and spend a semester immersed in the French language and culture.

Imagine experiencing the sights and sounds of life in a Francophone city while applying your language skills every day. Create lasting memories through your travel practicum, and deepen your aptitude and passion for French. Discover the richness of French-speaking cultures as you study Francophone literature and media. You can use courses from this minor as teachable credits towards a Bachelor of Education for a career as a French teacher.

You will benefit from faculty who are deeply passionate about their areas of expertise. Professors invest in you personally and are committed to helping you achieve your career goals.

Possible Future Opportunities

  • Media & Public Relations
  • Government Worker
  • Teacher
  • Writer/Editor
  • Translator

Program Options

  • Available as a Minor

Read how graduates are making an impact and how their Tyndale university experience prepared them.

Janney Lock

At first, I was deeply anxious about financing my education. However, I came to the realization that if Tyndale was where God wanted me to be then He would unlimitedly provide.

Mark Fisk

I chose Tyndale because I knew that I wanted a quality education in a place where I could grow closer to God.

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“I consider my Tyndale Education an investment and valuable for the direction of my life.” – Janney Locke, student.

Here are some interesting courses you may take in the Minor in French program:

  • Introduction to French Literature and Media
  • Conversational French
  • French Travel Practicum
  • Professional French
  • Francophone Literature

Program Faculty

Dr. C. Robert Foster