Photos by: Andrea Hayes
We aim to support students in their work to become flexible thinkers who are active social participants in French and Francophone cultures. In MLCS students have the advantage of studying in a multidisciplinary, regionally diverse environment. Scholars engage with; Québec, the Caribbean, Louisiana, France; with topics ranging from discourse analysis, comics and images, film, culture, translation practice and theory and history. The diversity in our midst; of linguistic, translation, cultural and literary expertise; marks this Area, indeed the department as a whole, as unique. We offer our students the opportunity gain hands-on experience through Community-Service Learning (CSL) courses or through publishing reviews and texts on our Francopains blog.
Our French area encourages study abroad, immersive experiences, and hands-on learning.
The most current Course Listing is available on Bear Tracks.
Please read Undergraduate Placement to see if a placement test is applicable to you.
Please access the University of Alberta Calendar for information on the requirements related to Majors, Minors, Honors or Combined Honors in French.