College Courses, FCS and JFG courses are taught in English with reading and written assignments in English. No knowledge of French is required. However, students can count these courses with the exception of FCS195H1 towards a program in French (Major or Specialist ONLY) if they submit all written work and tests in French. These students must, during the first week of class, inform their instructor of their intent to do so and ask their instructor to fill the Request for Credit towards a Specialist or Major Program in French which is handed in to the Department at the same time as the final marks.
|First Year Foundation (FYF)|
|FCS196H1S||Exploring Linguistic Variation in Spoken French|
|FCS197H1S||Pleasure, Pain and Nostalgia in Belle Époque|
|FCS198H1F||Dreaming of Future Worlds: The Making of Modernity in 19th-Century France|
|FCS199H1F||Francophone Indigenous Voices from Quebec|
|FCS391H1F||Special Topics in FCS II: Quebec Cinema|