French Degrees from Oklahoma City Community College
Open up a world of opportunity when you learn this widely spoken language that is steeped in culture and tradition.
Parlez-vous français? Would you like to?
Studying a foreign language is so much more than learning to speak it correctly; it’s also about immersing yourself in the arts and culture and history of the parts of the world where it is spoken.
At Oklahoma City Community College, you can earn an associate degree in arts in modern languages-French. This degree program will lead to your understanding and awareness of this widely spoken language as well as its uses in international business and diplomacy.
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Learn so much more than a second language when you study French at OCCC
When you learn a second language, you also increase your understanding of your native tongue.
Learning to understand, speak, write and read the French language will open up doors of opportunity around the world. For those who speak the French language fluently, job openings are available in teaching, traveling, broadcasting, translating, law enforcement, international business, social service and diplomacy.
French is the official language of numerous countries and cultures – in Europe, Africa, North America, the Caribbean and the Pacific. It is also one of the main languages used by international bodies such as the United Nations.
After graduating with your associate degree in French from Oklahoma City Community College, you can transfer your degree to a four-year college or university to continue your educational pursuits.
French Degrees at Oklahoma City Community College
Oklahoma City Community College offers an associate in arts degree in French:
- Associate in arts degree – French: This two-year associate degree program from OCCC immerses you in the French language and Francophone culture and prepares you to transfer to a four-year university.
French Classes at Oklahoma City Community College
These French courses provide you with a foundation of the language that will help you build your comprehension, speaking, writing, and reading skills. Your college classes will include:
- Elementary French I and II
- Intermediate French I and II
- Conversational French I and II
- Special Topics in French
- Introduction to Literature
- Humanities Electives
When you begin to take your more advanced French classes, you’ll find that those not only teach you new aspects of the language and culture but are also taught in French.
You can access OCCC’s online course catalog, which includes details on Oklahoma City Community College French degree requirements and French course descriptions. You might also check out the OCCC current class schedule to see if your French courses are offered during the day, the evening or online.
E. Ginnett Rollins, Ph.D.
Professor of Modern Languages (Spanish and French)
Ph.D., Spanish with graduate minor in French (Francophone Literature emphasis) Texas Tech University, 2004; M.A., Peninsular and Latin American Literature, University of Houston, 1980; B.A., Spanish major, French minor, University of Oklahoma, 1977; Study abroad: 1973-1974 Universidad de las Americas, Cholula, Puebla, Mexico 1992-1993; Universite de Blaise Pascal, Clermond-Ferrand, France July 1993; University of Lisbon, Portugal; Professional experience abroad (Special Duty Cryptologic Officer, U.S. Navy, 8 yrs): 1982-1983 (2 years): Naval Security Group Department, Kamiseya, Japan 1983-1986 (3 years): Naval Security Group Activity, Sabana Seca, Puerto Rico; Languages studied: Spanish, French, German, Latin, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese