When you study French at the University of San Francisco, you're starting a conversation with more than 220 million French speakers around the globe, expanding your career possibilities after you leave campus, and exploring a rich, celebrated history of art, film, philosophy, and literature.
The French Studies program at the University of San Francisco explores the literary and cultural heritage of the Francophone world, equipping students with the linguistic and cultural skills to pursue graduate school, careers, or volunteer work in a variety of countries. In addition to coursework, students have an opportunity to develop their language skills during regular one-on-one appointments at the French Writing Center. USF also sponsors two international programs at ILCF in Paris and University of Lille Catholique in Lille. Together, these resources provide graduates with the communication skills and real-world experience necessary to be productive citizens of the world.
For more information about languages at USF, visit the Department of Modern & Classical Languages website.