The Language, Literature and Culture Department offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree in romance languages with a specialization in French and francophone studies.
Degrees Offered with a Major in Romance Languages
- Doctor of Philosophy
- without a concentration
- concentration in French and Francophone Studies
Requirements for these degrees are given in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.
French and Francophone Studies Courses
See courses under French and Francophone Studies tab to the right.
Romance languages & Literatures
SLO 1 Knowledge
Students will identify, define, and describe a specific area within their field of study), as agreed upon by the faculty of the department.
SLO 2 Skills
Literary/Cultural Studies: Students will analyze and interpret literary and cultural products and apply results to broader context and engage in academic discourse via writing and oral presentation. Linguistics: Students will analyze and interpret language and language-related data apply results to broader context and engage in academic discourse via writing and oral presentation.
SLO 3 Professional Behavior
Students will describe and apply ethical human data collection, professional conduct and ethical academic writing skills.