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The Department of French and Italian (FRIT) offers a great variety of courses including undergraduate, graduate, GE, and introductory language courses. ​Students in our courses learn to think critically, deepen their appreciation of other cultures, gain proficiency in a second language, and develop their intercultural competence. Courses cover all periods of literary, cultural and intellectual history, in-depth specializations in post-colonial studies, medieval, Enlightenment, and modern literature and culture; film studies; literary and cultural theory; historical linguistics; and second-language acquisition.

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The most up to date list of courses is always available via the OSU Course Catalog.


Undergraduate

FRENCH 1101.01 - Beginning French I Classroom, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1101.21 - Beginning French I DL, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1101.51 - Beginning French I Individualized, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1101.61 - Beginning French I: Individualized DL, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1102.01 - Beginning French II Classroom, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1102.21 - Beginning French II DL, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1102.51 - Beginning French II Individualized, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1102.61 - Beginning French II: Individualized DL, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1103.01 - Beginning French III Conversation and Composition, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1103.02 - Beginning French III Conversation, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1103.21 - Beginning French III DL, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1103.51 - Beginning French III Individualized, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1103.61 - Beginning French III: Individualized DL, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1155.01 - Beginning French Review Classroom, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1155.21 - Beginning French Review DL, GE Foreign Language

FRENCH 1801 - Masterpieces of the French-Speaking World, GE Literature, GE Diversity: Global Studies

FRENCH 1803.03 - Global May Paris, GE Cultures and Ideas

FRENCH 2101.01 - Introduction to French and Francophone Studies

FRENCH 2101.01H - Honors Introduction to French and Francophone Studies

FRENCH 2101.51 - Introduction to French and Francophone Studies Individualized

FRENCH 2193 - Individual Studies

FRENCH 2194 - Group Studies

FRENCH 2501 - Topics in French Literature and Culture in Translation, GE Literature

FRENCH 2801 - French Cinema, GE Visual and Performing Arts

FRENCH 2802 - Comics and Culture, GE Cultures and Ideas

FRENCH 2803.01 - Paris, GE Cultures and Ideas

FRENCH 3101 - French Grammar Review

FRENCH 3102 - French Pronunciation and Performance

FRENCH 3103 - French Conversation

FRENCH 3201 - French Literary and Visual Texts

FRENCH 3202 - Literary and visual texts of the Francophone world

FRENCH 3401 - Introduction to Contemporary France

FRENCH 3402 - Introduction to Francophone Cultures

FRENCH 3403 - Topics in French-Speaking Cultures

FRENCH 3501 - Introduction to French for the Professions

FRENCH 3502 - French for International Studies

FRENCH 3570 - CLLC Radio

FRENCH 3701 - Introduction to French Cinema

FRENCH 3797 - Intermediate Study at a French Institution

FRENCH 3801 - French-American Culture Wars

FRENCH 4100 - Advanced French Grammar for Contemporary Contexts

FRENCH 4193 - Individual Studies

FRENCH 4194 - Group Studies

FRENCH 4401 - Topics in French and Francophone Studies

FRENCH 4402 - France from the Great War to the Present: Culture in Flux

FRENCH 4690 - French for the Professions Internship

FRENCH 4797 - Advanced Study at a Foreign Institution

FRENCH 4998 - Undergraduate Research Projects

FRENCH 4998H - Honors Undergraduate Research Projects

FRENCH 4999 - Undergraduate Research Thesis

FRENCH 4999H - Honors Undergraduate Research Thesis

FRENCH 5103 - French Translation and Interpretation

FRENCH 5104 - Medieval French

FRENCH 5105 - Medieval Occitan

FRENCH 5194 - Combined UG and Grad Group Studies

FRENCH 5201 - Gothic to Renaissance: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5202 - Versailles to the Enlightenment: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5203 - Romanticism to Surrealism: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5204 - World Wars and Beyond: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5205 - Black Africa and Diaspora: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5206 - North Africa: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5401 - Louis XIV to World War I

FRENCH 5403 - Topics in French-Speaking Cultures and Literatures

FRENCH 5701 - Topics in French and Francophone Cinema

FRENCH 5702 - Studies in French Cinema

FRENCH 5797 - Advanced and Graduate Study at a Foreign Institution


Graduate

FRENCH 5103 - French Translation and Interpretation

FRENCH 5104 - Medieval French

FRENCH 5105 - Medieval Occitan

FRENCH 5194 - Combined UG and Grad Group Studies

FRENCH 5201 - Gothic to Renaissance: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5202 - Versailles to the Enlightenment: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5203 - Romanticism to Surrealism: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5204 - World Wars and Beyond: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5205 - Black Africa and Diaspora: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5206 - North Africa: Texts and Contexts

FRENCH 5401 - Louis XIV to World War I

FRENCH 5403 - Topics in French-Speaking Cultures and Literatures

FRENCH 5701 - Topics in French and Francophone Cinema

FRENCH 5702 - Studies in French Cinema

FRENCH 5797 - Advanced and Graduate Study at a Foreign Institution

 

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The most up to date list of courses is always available via the OSU Course Catalog.


Undergraduate

ITALIAN 1101.01 - Italian I, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1101.02 - Italian I Hybrid, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1101.03 - Italian I Blended, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1101.71 - Italian Distance Learning I, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1102.01 - Italian II, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1102.02 - Italian II Hybrid, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1102.03 - Italian II Blended, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1102.71 - Italian Distance Learning II, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1103.01 - Italian III, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1103.02 - Italian III Hybrid, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1103.03 - Italian III Blended, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 1103.71 - Italian Distance Learning III, GE Foreign Language

ITALIAN 2051 - Italian Journeys, GE Literature, GE Diversity: Global Studies

ITALIAN 2052 - Fictions of Italy: Modern and Contemporary Literature and Society, GE Literature, GE Diversity: Global Studies

ITALIAN 2053 - Introduction to Italian Cinema, GE Visual and Performing Arts, GE Diversity: Global Studies

ITALIAN 2054 - Dante in Translation, GE Literature

ITALIAN 2055 - Mafia Movies, GE Visual and Performing Arts

ITALIAN 2056 - Love on the Italian Screen, GE Visual and Performing Arts, GE Diversity: Global Studies

ITALIAN 2102 - Contemporary Italian Society

ITALIAN 2193 - Individual Studies

ITALIAN 2194 - Group Studies

ITALIAN 3051 - Italian Romances, GE Literature, GE Diversity: Global Studies

ITALIAN 3102 - Business Italian

ITALIAN 3103 - Styles and Stylistics

ITALIAN 3220 - Italian Culture Through the Ages

ITALIAN 3221 - Reading Italy: Italian Literature and Culture

ITALIAN 3222 - Modern Italian Media

ITALIAN 3223 - The Regions of Italy

ITALIAN 3224 - Post-Unification Italy

ITALIAN 3330 - The Italian Language through Time

ITALIAN 3331 - The Languages of Italy

ITALIAN 3332 - The Sounds of Italian

ITALIAN 3570 - CLLC Radio

ITALIAN 3797 - Italy Abroad

ITALIAN 3798.01 - The Italian City, GE Cultures and Ideas, GE Diversity: Global Studies

ITALIAN 3798.02 - Experience Italy

ITALIAN 4191 - Internship in Italy

ITALIAN 4223 - Italian Cinema

ITALIAN 4224 - Survey of Italian Literature

ITALIAN 4225 - Italian Identities

ITALIAN 4330 - Structures of the Italian Language

ITALIAN 4331 - Italian Translating

ITALIAN 4401 - Language Planning and Policy in Italy Through Time

ITALIAN 4998 - Undergraduate Research

ITALIAN 4998H - Honors Research

ITALIAN 4999 - Undergraduate Thesis

ITALIAN 4999H - Honors Thesis

ITALIAN 5101 - Intensive Italian

ITALIAN 5193 - Individual Studies

ITALIAN 5194 - Group Studies

ITALIAN 5331 - History of the Italian Language

ITALIAN 5797 - Study at a Foreign Institution


Graduate

ITALIAN 5101 - Intensive Italian

ITALIAN 5193 - Individual Studies

ITALIAN 5194 - Group Studies

ITALIAN 5331 - History of the Italian Language

ITALIAN 5797 - Study at a Foreign Institution

ITALIAN 6193 - Graduate Independent Studies

ITALIAN 6194 - Graduate Group Studies

ITALIAN 8193 - Individual Studies

ITALIAN 8194 - Graduate Group Studies

ITALIAN 8221 - Studies in Italian Literature: Author

ITALIAN 8222 - Studies in Italian Literature: Genre

ITALIAN 8223 - Studies In Italian Literature: Theme

ITALIAN 8231 - Dante Studies

ITALIAN 8233 - Boccaccio and the Art of the Short Story

ITALIAN 8242 - Studies in Italian Culture: Gender and Genre

ITALIAN 8243 - Studies in Italian Cinema

ITALIAN 8244 - Studies in Italian Culture: Italy at War

ITALIAN 8245 - Italian Pop Culture

ITALIAN 8246 - Studies in Italian Culture: Migrating Italy

ITALIAN 8303 - Teaching Apprenticeship

ITALIAN 8881 - Interdepartmental Studies in the Humanities

ITALIAN 8998 - Pre-Candidacy Research

ITALIAN 8999 - Dissertation Research

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The most up to date list of courses is always available via the OSU Course Catalog.


Undergraduate

FRIT 2061 - Mediterranean Food Culture, GE Cultures and Ideas, GE Diversity: Global Studies

FRIT 3052 - Mediterranean Voyages: Migration and Travel, GE Cultures and Ideas, GE Diversity: Global Studies

FRIT 3053 - The Black Mediterranean, GE Cultures and Ideas, GE Diversity: Global Studies

FRIT 3054 - The 21st-Century Skill: Intercultural Competence for Global Citizenship, GE Diversity: Global Studies

FRIT 3301 - Discovering Second Language Acquisition

FRIT 5051 - Latin and the Romance Languages

FRIT 5061 - The Global Mediterranean


Graduate

FRIT 5051 - Latin and the Romance Languages

FRIT 5061 - The Global Mediterranean

FRIT 7301 - Teaching French and Italian at the College Level

FRIT 7601 - Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory

FRIT 8302 - Issues in Second Language Studies

FRIT 8601 - Theory and Practice

FRIT 8602 - Comparative French and Italian Studies

FRIT 8899 - Dissertation Workshop