Welcome

Our website is designed to help you find all the information you need as quickly as possible: course descriptions, faculty profiles, information about majoring and minoring in French or Italian, study abroad opportunities in Italy and France, extra-curricular activities, and contact information.

About us:

  • Award-winning teachers and advisors
  • Cutting-edge language programs in French and Italian
  • One of the largest Italian Programs in the United States
  • Study abroad opportunities in Orvieto, Italy
  • A diverse French program, with courses in second language acquisition, francophonie, French literature, culture and language
  • One of the oldest and best-established study abroad programs in the University of Arizona (Paris)
  • World-renowned scholars in French and Francophone language, literatures and cultures
  • World-renowned scholars in Italian language, cinema, literature and culture

 

We offer BAs in Italian and French:

  • Two tracks in Italian (Italian Language and Literature; Italian Studies)
  • Two tracks in French (Language, Literatures, and cultures; French and Francophone Studies)

And an MA in French

  • Three areas of emphasis (French Literature and culture; Francophone Studies; Teaching French as a Foreign Language)
  • Accelerated Master's Program (BA + MA in French in 5 years)

We invite you to learn more about the faculty and programs of the Department of French and Italian at the University of Arizona.  If you have further questions, coh-fandi [at] email [dot] arizona [dot] edu (please contact us).

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Tue, 02/10/2015 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm

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Meet Your Department
Joseph Dusbabek (BA, French, Spring 2012)
Alumni

Joseph Dusbabek graduated in the spring 2012 with majors in French and Linguistics. He also graduated from the University of Paris IV (Sorbonne) with a...

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Department of French & Italian