French

The French program includes, for practical language students, continuous exercise aimed at cumulative possession of and accuracy in written and spoken French, as well as listening and reading comprehension; for translation students, a related form of practice focused on techniques, strategies, and awareness of structural and socio-cultural differences between French and English; for linguistics students, a firm understanding of French speech sounds, words, sentences, meaning and discourse and their relation to society; for students interested in teaching French, a focus on pedagogical theory and best practice; for literature students, awareness of basic concepts and techniques needed for literary analysis coupled with knowledge of francophone literature in widely different yet interconnected genres, regions, and time periods; and for those interested in culture, greater knowledge of diverse yet francophone social, historical, political, moral, intellectual and aesthetic worlds.

Programs in French:

Study Elsewhere Programs:

Students interested in teaching French:

UofT Concurrent Teacher Education Program

Faculty of French

French Courses at UTSC

  • FREA01H3: Language Practice I
  • FREA02H3: Language Practice II
  • FREA90Y3: Intensive Introductory French
  • FREA91Y3: Intensive Intermediate French
  • FREA96H3: Introductory French I
  • FREA97H3: Introductory French II
  • FREA98H3: Intermediate French I
  • FREA99H3 Intermediate French II
  • FREB01H3: Language Practice III
  • FREB02H3: Language Practice IV
  • FREB08H3: Practical Translation I
  • FREB11H3: French Language in the School System
  • FREB17H3: Spoken French: Conversation and Pronunciation
  • FREB18H3: Business French
  • FREB20H3: Teaching Children's Literature in French
  • FREB22H3: The Society and Culture of Québec
  • FREB27H3: Modern France
  • FREB28H3: The Francophone World
  • FREB35H3: Francophone Literature
  • FREB36H3: The 20th Century Québec Novel
  • FREB37H3: Contemporary Québec Drama
  • FREB44H3: Introduction to Linguistics: French Phonetics and Phonology
  • FREB45H3: Introduction to Linguistics: French Morphology and Syntax
  • FREB46H3: History of the French Language
  • FREB50H3: Introduction to Literature in French I
  • FREB51H3: Literary History in Context: From the Middle Ages to the 17th Century
  • FREB55H3: Literary History in Context: 18th and 19th Centuries
  • FREB70H3: Cinema of the French-Speaking World
  • FREB84H3: Folktale, Myth and the Fantastic in the French-Speaking World
  • FREC01H3: Language Practice V
  • FREC02H3: Language Practice VI
  • FREC03H3: French in Action I: Practical Workshop in Theatre
  • FREC10H3: Community-Based Learning in the Francophone Community
  • FREC11H3: Teaching French as a Second Language
  • FREC12H3: Semantics: The Study of Meaning
  • FREC18H3: Translation for Business and Professional Need
  • FREC38H3: Topics in the Literature of Quebec
  • FREC46H3: Syntax II
  • FREC47H3: Pidgin and Creole Languages
  • FREC48H3: Sociolinguistics of French
  • FREC54H3: Paris through the Ages
  • FREC57H3: French Fiction of the 19th Century
  • FREC58H3: Literature of the Ancien Regime
  • FREC63H3: Topics in French Literature: Encountering Foreign Cultures: Travel Writing in French
  • FREC64H3: French Fiction of the 20th and 21st Centuries
  • FREC83H3: Cultural Identities and Stereotypes in the French-Speaking World
  • FRED01H3: Language practice VII: Written French
  • FRED02H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED03H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED04H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED05H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED06H3: Language Practice VIII: Oral French
  • FRED07H3: Supervised Reading
  • FRED13H3: Advanced Topics in French Literature
  • FRED14H3: Advanced Topics in the Literature of Quebec
  • FRED90Y3: Supervised Reading