Francophone and Creole Ethnic Studies


The Minor in Francophone and Creole Ethnic Studies is an undergraduate multicultural and interdisciplinary program that offers a broad and intense course of study of the various ethnic groups in the Francophone and Creole world. It aims to serve the needs of globalization while providing students with insights and understanding of the French and Francophone world at large. The minor in ethnic studies enhances employment opportunities in such professions as business, civil service, education, government, journalism, law, marketing, social work and a variety of comparable fields. It also provides additional options for graduate school. This minor consists of 18 semester hours of courses in French and Social Sciences.


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