Fall 2020 classes offered in French as of Saturday, 07/11/2020 at 07:50 AM
schedFallFREN report generated: 11-JUL-20


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FREN 100 Enlgtmt & Pst-Colnlsm1419983


MWF10:00-10:50ONLDieme,JC302109990

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FREN 105 French Level I1419994


MTWR11:00-11:50ONLDrew,K2510
15990

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FREN 106 French Level II1420004


MTWR13:00-13:50ONLDrew,K201208990

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FREN 107 French Level III1420014


MTWR15:00-15:50ONLStoll,M185013990

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FREN 207 FREN IV Intro Francoph Studies1420024


MTWR15:00-15:50ONLStoll,M151014990

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FREN 311 FREN V StoriesFrancophoneWorld1437014


MTWR11:00-11:50ONLStoll,M187
11990

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FREN 370 French Weekend Retreat1420041

10/09-10/10
-ONLStoll,M186
12990
FREETexts
FREN 390 Perspectives on Marginality1420051below
09/08-09/29T18:00-21:20ONLStoll,M207
13990

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FREN 420 French Peer Tutoring1420061IA

F10:00-10:50ONLStoll,M30
3990
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FREN 420 French Peer Tutoring2433992IA

F10:00-10:50ONLStoll,M21
1990
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* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on July 1st.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students. This number may be reduced by enrollments in other cross-listed class sections.
* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot: indicates the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (allows departments to determine class demand and may result in opening of class additional sections)
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
* Permanent Text Status: If the particular course is indicated as NONE, there are no required texts. If indicated as FREE, text materials are offered free to students.
* Bookstore Text Info: Link to Bookstore text details for all courses that potentially have required texts.

Generally, students must register in one section from each component type shown for a particular class. For example, BIOL 104 has two lecture sections and several lab sections. Students who register for one of the lecture sections must also register for one of the labs associated with that lecture. Association numbers and section numbers are shown in parenthesis when multiple values exist.

Class notes
schedFallFREN report generated: 11-JUL-20
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FREN 390 Perspectives on Marginality42005Course meets four Tuesday evenings. Special Topic Description: What does it mean to act on the margin, to be on the margin, or to think in terms of marginality? This course will address issues of belonging, normality, and nonconformity in Francophone cinema. Taught in English.