College French in Tennessee
This page will indicate and link you to all of Tennessee's post-secondary French programs, from the minor through graduate degrees, including licensure programs. Entries are listed alphabetically by the name of the institution (23 of them). They also include the City and the hosting department or school. You can generally find faculty contacts on the side bar of the hosting department's home page.


Austin Peay State University - Clarksville (Languages and Literature)

    major, minor, licensure to teach  


Belmont University - Nashville (Foreign Languages)

    major, minor  

    licensure to teach  


Christian Brothers University - Memphis (Languages & Literature)

    minor  


East Tennessee State University - Johnson City (Literature and Language)

    major, minor  

    licensure
  

Freed-Hardman University - Henderson (Communication and Literature)

    minor    


King College - Bristol (French)  

    major, minor, licensure 


Lane College - Jackson (Foreign Language)   

    major, minor      


Lee University - Cleveland (Language and Literature)

    minor       

    major    
  
    licensure   
   

Lipscomb University - Nashville (Foreign Languages)

    major      

    licensure       


Middle Tennessee State University - Murfreesboro (Foreign Languages and Literatures)   

    minor   

    major (BS)  

    major (BA)   
   
    Licensure   

    MAT      


Milligan College - Milligan College (Humanities or "Humane Learning")  

    minor     

    licensure       


Rhodes College - Memphis (Modern Languages & Literatures)

    minor, major, honors    
   

Sewanee - The University of the South - Sewanee (French and French Studies)  

    Major in French Literature     

    Minor in French LIterature       

    Major in French Studies    
   
    Minor in French Studies  
  

Southern Adventist University - Collegedale (Academics: Modern Languages)    

    minor, major       


Tennessee State University - Nashville (Liberal Arts)

    minor     

    licensure     


Tennessee Tech University - Cookeville (Foreign Languages)   

    BA major, BA component of BA/BS double major, BS major, licensure         


Tennessee Wesleyan College - Athens (English and Foreign Languages)   

    minor   
  

University of Memphis  (Foreign Languages and Literatures)   

    minor, major      

    M.A. in French      

    K-12 licensure   


University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures)

    minor, major      

    licensure  


University of Tennessee at Martin (English and Modern Foreign Languages)

    minor, certificate of proficiency       

    licensure (NCATE)      
   

University of Tennessee at Knoxville (Modern Foreign Languages & Literatures)

    minor, major, major with honors concentration      

    major: French and Francophone Studies and World Business     

    M.A. program - French and Francophone Studies      

    French Ph.D. Program       

    licensure (NCATE approved grades 7-12)     


Union University - Jackson (Language)   

    major in French Literature and Culture    

    major in French Literature and Culture      

    grades 7-12 licensure        
   

Vanderbilt University - Nashville (French and Italian)   

    minor     

    major     

    French and European Studies major      

    French honors program      

    C.C.I.P - French professional program       

    BA/MA (4+1) Degree Program     

    M.A.     

    Ph.D.    


The following state links from "fldcu.org" lead to locationally arranged indicators of "French language and literature" programs throughout the US. In some states the number is underestimated and in some, overestimated. None of the locational idicators lead to a web site, so it is impossible to know what is the focus or type of the program, look up faculty, etc.: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming. We hope to create other state pages for college French programs similar to what we have done for Tennessee.


TennesseeBob Peckham, PhD
Globe-Gate Research
University of Tennessee at Martin
Made in Tennessee to bring you the world
bobp@utm.edu