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French Associate of Arts

My Academic Plan

Courses are displayed to show the fastest path to your degree and should be completed in the order listed. If you are unable to complete all courses listed in a semester, complete as many courses in this sequence as your schedule allows. If you have questions or concerns about your MAP, please see your Pathways Advisor.

Program Description

This program is designed for students wanting to complete the first two years of a bachelor's degree at the community college and transfer to a university to complete a BA in French or Modern Languages. Students explore French language and culture. As a foreign language student, they will be prepared to be a responsible citizen, educated worker and culturally prepared for a world that is based on international partnerships. Students will experience classes that are more than lectures because they employ modern learning approaches and techniques. Our innovative and creative instructors will work closely to help each student with language appreciation and acquisition while helping them to master grammatical written work and linguistics. This program is designed for students wanting to complete the first two years of a bachelor's degree and transfer to a university to complete a BA in French or Modern Languages. Careers typically require a bachelor's degree.

Learn more about this program.

First Semester

Course NumberTitleCredits
FRE 111French Language I

5

ENG 121English Composition I: GT-CO1

3

GT- MA1MAT 120 or Any GT-MA1

3

GT- HI1HIS 101/102/111/112 or Any GT-HI1

3

Total Credit Hours:14

Second Semester

Course NumberTitleCredits
ENG 122English Composition II: GT-CO2

3

FRE 112French Language II

5

ELECTIVE COM 115/125 or Any Approved Elective List Course

3

ELECTIVE Any Approved Elective List Course

1

GT- SSAny Social Sciences (GT-SS) Course

3

Total Credit Hours:15

Semester Note: Per the Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement (STAA), it is recommended, but not required, that a student take either COM 115 or COM 125. French faculty recommend you confirm with the transfer institution if they accept COM 125.

 If you took MAT 120 in Semester 1, you do not need to take the 1 credit Any Approved Elective List Course in Semester 2.

Third Semester

Course NumberTitleCredits
FRE 211French Language III: GT-AH4

3

GT- SC1/2Any Science (GT-SC1/2) Course

3

GT- AHAny from GT-AH1, GT-AH2, or GT-AH3 Course

3

ELECTIVE Any Approved Elective List Course

3

ELECTIVE Any Approved Elective List Course

3

Total Credit Hours:15

Fourth Semester

Course NumberTitleCredits
FRE 212French Language IV: GT-AH4

3

GT- SC1Any Science (GT-SC1) Course

4

ELECTIVE Any Approved Elective List Course

3

ELECTIVE Any Approved Elective List Course

3

ELECTIVE Any Approved Elective List Course

3

Total Credit Hours:16

Total Credit Hours: 60

Important Program Notes:

Per the Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement (STAA), you may complete ENG 121 (GT-CO1) and ENG 122 (GT-CO2) OR ENG 122 (GT-CO2) and a gtPathways-approved CO3 course (GT-CO3). 


Per the Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement (STAA), FRE 111 and/or FRE 112 may be waived, based on a your proficiency level. You should consult a department advisor at the four-year college or university.

Per the Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement (STAA), if FRE 111 and/or FRE 112 are not required for the major at a receiving 4-year institution, they will be applied to the Bachelor's degree as elective credit toward graduation. Please check with the receiving institution to determine in which way these courses will be applied.

CSU-Ft. Collins requires two non-US history coursesSelect one course to meet the requirement for GT-HI1 and one to meet the Electives requirement in order to accomplish this requirement by CSU.

Per the Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement (STAA), you must take two gtPathways Natural & Physical Science courses (GT -SC1, GT-SC2). One of these courses must have the required laboratory (GT-SC1).

If you take MAT 120, as preferred by the Statewide Transfer Articulation Agreement (STAA), and/or more credits in science than are listed, it will reduce the 19 credits of electives needed. You must complete 60 credits to earn your Associate of Arts degree. You should not exceed 62 credits. You may want to check with your advisor to monitor your completion progress and select your electives.