French Major - Business Emphasis

Core Curriculum Requirements

60 Hours

All baccalaureate programs at North Georgia require the satisfactory completion of at least 60 semester credit hours comprising the six areas of the core curriculum. A complete description of Areas A-E of the core curriculum can be found in that section of the Bulletin. Individual degree programs may specify exceptions and/or particular courses that must be taken within each Area A-E of the core curriculum. Those exceptions and/or course requirements and Area F of the core curriculum are shown below.

Area A

no exceptions (Math 1101 recommended)

Area B

no exceptions

Area C

no exceptions (World Literature recommended)

Area D

no exceptions (MATH 2400 recommended)

Area E

no exceptions

Area F. Related Courses

18 hours

FREN 2001, 2002

6 hours

ECON 2105 and 2106

6 hours

1000 or 2000-level foreign language (other than French); ANTH 1101; COMM 1110; ENGL/GNST 2140; HIST 2370 or 2860; PHIL 1001, 2200, or 2500; POLS 2401; SOCI 2100; ENGL 2111 or 2112 not taken in Area C.

6 hours

Note: 1000-1002, 2001-2002, and 1001-2002 sequences are available for some languages in intensive, multi-course formats. Students should consult course schedules for details. Lower-division courses in languages other than Spanish should be completed no later than the junior year to avoid possible scheduling conflicts, as they are often single-section courses.

French Sequence

27 hours

FREN 3110, 3120, 3450, 3500, 4110, 4210, 4450,

21 hours

One French literature course

3 hours*

One additional course chosen from the following:

3 hours

FREN 4160, 4170, 4180, 4190, 4200, 3200, 4890


See Study Abroad section for study abroad options.

Business Sequence

21 hours

ACCT 2101, ACCT 2102, FINC 3440, MGMT 3661, MKTG 3700, BUSA 2810, and BUSA 4527


Other Requirements

12 hours

ENGL 2238

3 hours

Any MLAN course, ART 2510 or 2520, any language course, literature survey not taken in Area C

3 hours

Open Electives

6 hours

(Up to two hours of credit in Physical Education activity courses may be used as an open elective.)

Each student is required to participate in an assessment process that will assist the department in program evaluation.