FR 438 Cultural and Artistic Heritage of Europe
Offered: Contact department for information
Prerequisite: EN 211 with a grade of "C" or better or HON 102 and HON 112 and sophomore standing.
Two-week tour of Europe follows two weeks on campus. This course is a multidisciplinary introduction to contemporary French-speaking Europe. It examines the heritage of modern French-speaking European society as it manifests itself through various cultural artifacts, such as visual art, film, architecture and social customs.
Note: FR 438 is taught in English. This course counts toward the French major and minor upon completion of substantial work in French.