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FRE 302

French Food, Wine and Hospitality

This intermediate language course is intended for students with a passion for gastronomy and French culture, particularly those interested in careers in the hospitality industry. Students will acquire the linguistic skills necessary to communicate in French in professional situations in a francophone environment and/or with a francophone clientele. Topics range from event planning and customer service to wine pairing, classical French cuisine, great chefs and contemporary culinary trends. An online placement test is required.
Weekly Contact: Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1

Prerequisites

None

Antirequisites

None

Co-Requisites

None

Custom Requisites

None

French

  • FRE 101
    Introductory French I
  • FRE 201
    Introductory French II
  • FRE 301
    Intermediate French I
  • FRE 302
    French Food, Wine and Hospitality
  • FRE 401
    Intermediate French II
  • FRE 402
    French Conversation and Pronunciation
  • FRE 501
    Speaking and Writing French I
  • FRE 502
    Communication and Business French
  • FRE 503
    Middle Ages to Classicism
  • FRE 505
    French Language and Culture
  • FRE 507
    English-French Translation I
  • FRE 508
    Intro to 20th C French Literature I
  • FRE 509
    Franco-Canadian Literature I
  • FRE 510
    Effective Writing
  • FRE 515
    Introduction to Business French
  • FRE 516
    Politics and Play in French Poetry
  • FRE 601
    Speaking and Writing French II
  • FRE 602
    Business French in Practice
  • FRE 603
    Enlightenment to La Belle Époque
  • FRE 605
    Francophone Language and Culture
  • FRE 607
    English-French Translation II
  • FRE 608
    Intro to 20th C French Literature II
  • FRE 609
    Franco-Canadian Literature II
  • FRE 610
    Cultural Context of Writing
  • FRE 701
    French for Today
  • FRE 703
    French Theatre: Classicism to Romanticism
  • FRE 704
    Intro to Franco-Canadian Culture I
  • FRE 706
    The Life and Times of the French Language
  • FRE 707
    Introduction to French-English Translation
  • FRE 709
    Children's Literature in French
  • FRE 801
    French and New Media
  • FRE 803
    French Theatre: 20th C and Contemporary
  • FRE 804
    Intro to Franco-Canadian Culture II
  • FRE 805
    French Language Teaching Methodologies
  • FRE 900
    Senior French Seminar
  • FRE 901
    Francophone Women Writers
  • FRE 902
    Gender and Decadence 1850-1920
  • FRE 903
    The Francophone Short Story