French, Spanish and Italian
Head: Maria Inés Martinez
Campus Address/General Office: 431 Fletcher Argue Building
Email Address: email@example.com
Academic Staff: Please refer to the French, Spanish and Italian website for Faculty information.
French, Spanish and Italian Program Information
For over 50 years the Department of French, Spanish and Italian has offered Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy programs in French.
Admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies
Application and Admission Procedures are found in the Academic Guide.
Admission requirements for doctoral students are found in the Doctor of Philosophy General Regulations section of the Guide.
French Ph.D. Admission Requirements
Applicants to the Ph.D. program must normally hold an M.A. degree in French with a GPA of at least 3.0 in their M.A. courses.
Students should complete and submit their online application with supporting documentation by the date indicated on the French Ph.D. program of study page.
Candidates must complete 12 credit hours of coursework at the 7000 level, including a compulsory component of three credit hours of literary theory.
Candidacy examinations consist of one research paper in a distinct area related to the thesis topic, followed by an oral examination. These examinations will normally be completed in the second year of study.
Expected Time to Graduate: 4 years
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|GRAD 7500||Academic Integrity Tutorial||0|
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Up to 6 credits can be taken in an area outside of the department, with permission from the graduate chair.
The thesis must be written in French.
Students should familiarize themselves with the Faculty of Graduate Studies ‘GRAD’ courses applicable to their program. If you have questions about which GRAD course(s) to register in, please consult your home department/unit.
All returning and newly admitted students must consult with the graduate chair or the department head prior to registration. Students must fill out a pre-registration form which must be signed by the graduate chair or department head and submitted to the Graduate Program Assistant, who will then complete the registration process.
Students must meet the requirements as outlined in both Supplementary Regulation and BFAR documents as approved by Senate.
Individual units may require specific requirements above and beyond those of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, and students should consult unit supplementary regulations for these specific regulations.
Bona Fide Academic Requirements (BFAR)
Bona Fide Academic Requirements (BFAR) represent the core academic requirements a graduate student must acquire in order to gain, and demonstrate acquisition of, essential knowledge and skills.
All students must successfully complete:
- GRAD 7300 prior to applying to any ethics boards which are appropriate to the student’s research or within the student’s first year, whichever comes first; and
- GRAD 7500 within the first term of registration;
Students must also meet additional BFAR that may be specified for their program.
All students must:
- maintain a minimum degree grade point average of 3.0 with no grade below C+,
- meet the minimum and not exceed the maximum course requirements, and
- meet the minimum and not exceed the maximum time requirements (in terms of time in program and lapse or expiration of credit of courses).
For graduate students in other departments which require a reading knowledge of French. This course is graded pass/fail.
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Topics in Literary Periods 1. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.
Topics in Literary Genres 1. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.
The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.
Special Topics 1. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.
Ce cours comprendra une étude d'aspects choisis de l'oeuvre et de la pensée de Diderot.
Une sélection d'oeuvres de Simone de Beauvoir étudiées selon la perspective de la critique féministe contemporaine.
Une sélection de textes littéraires et théoriques analysés selon la perspective de la critique féministe contemporaine.
Une étude de romans publiés depuis vingt ans selon la perspective de la critique contemporaine.