School of Arts and Sciences
Learning a new language opens your career path to a new range of possibilities. Imagine a French education where you acquire reading and writing skills, and at the same time you learn about the cultural history of the language. Learning French means engaging the world from a different perspective and, at Westminster, we prepare you to do so through gastronomy, art, cinema, and conversation. Our French program is designed to give you both the technical and the cultural aspects of a linguistic French education.
Who It's For
A French minor is ideal for those who want to gain a better understanding of what lies beyond their own culture. Many students majoring in sociology, art, education, business, communication, and other creative fields opt for a French minor that will complement their academic experience.
- Our classes have an average of 12 students, facilitating an environment for conversation and personal attention you need while learning a new language.
- A French minor will make it easier for you to participate in study abroad, May Term, and internship opportunities where you will use your new skills in real-life situations.
- Learn how to apply a linguistic French background into your desired career path with the help of our faculty members.