Study Abroad in Paris (Catholic University of Paris, ILCF): Courses
Placement is determined by an online test taken prior or upon
arrival in Paris and an oral test taken upon arrival regardless of
previous French study. All students must take a French language
French Language Classes (Mandatory)
The French language course aims to enable students to communicate
effectively in both written and spoken French. Through
classes in phonetics, grammar, conversation and French life,
students learn to express themselves in most everyday situations.
Classes are held in the morning for 15 hours per week for
a total of 60 hours.
|French 131 (4)||French Language - Beginner|
|French 132 (4)||French Language - Elementary|
|French 232 (4)||French Language - Intermediate|
|French 332 (4), French 432 (4)
||French Language - Advanced, Superior|
Electives (taught in English)
Students have the option of taking one or two electives taught in
English. Each elective course meets twice a week for four hours
totaling 28 hours (2 credits). Classes are taught in the afternoon.
All electives are subject to a minimum of 10 students. Two electives
is considered a heavy load.
|Electives (taught in English) |
|Fine Arts 301 (2)||Modern and Contemporary Art in France in the 20th Century|
|Fine Arts 307 (2)||Fashion in France|
|Economics/Political Science 309 (2)||Politics and the Economy in France and Europe today|
Non-Credit Cultural Enrichment Courses
|Non-credit enrichment courses|