This exam gives students the opportunity to challenge the 100-200 level language classes in French and earn up to 16 graded credits.
In order to certify in any given language, you must take at least 3 listed courses.
Links to many different French resources for French students, alumni, or anyone who wants to use them.
All language teaching majors and teaching minors must receive the required rating on an official ACTFL for graduation and licensing.
Want to major or minor in French? Here is a list of all the French undergraduate programs.
Want a job within the French Department? Here’s all the information you will need.
Have you dreamed of going abroad? Over 1,500 students study abroad each year from BYU—be part of it.
Do you research sixteenth- and seventeenth-century French political pamphlets? In conjunction with the Harold B. Lee Library, the BYU Department of French and Italian awards an annual fellowship to study the collection housed here.