FSL415H1: Business French

Hours

36S

This course is designed to strengthen oral and written communication skills in French and develop intercultural competence for a variety of career paths including public relations, international development, federal and provincial government. Students will gain expertise in spoken and written French through in-class activities supported by multimedia: interviews, professional presentations, and debates. The course is not open to native French speakers.

Prerequisite
Exclusion
FSL421Y1/ FSL420H1; not open to native speakers of French. According to our departmental enrollment guidelines, native speakers of French are excluded from all FSL courses with the exception of those needing to improve their written or oral skills who must request permission from the Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies to enroll in FSL442H1 or FSL443H1. Such students will be asked to complete the Placement Test at the Department.
Distribution Requirements
Humanities
Breadth Requirements
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)
Mode of Delivery
In Class