SCHOOL OF Education And Humanities

B.A .FRENCH AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

i. to make the study of French more utilitarian to meet the demands and sophistication of contemporary society by broadening its scope to include international relations

ii. to help the students to cultivate and acquire a deep knowledge of French Language

iii. to enable our students become aware of the moral and spiritual values inherent in great literary works and other forms of communication in French Language

iv. to promote by research and other means French and International Relations.

v. to enable students to acquire linguistic competence in oral and written communication in French

vi. to produce students who are self-reliant and independent through the acquisition of useful knowledge

vii. to develop in students a critical, reflective and to provide an opportunity for students to study

viii. to familiarize students with the principles underlying the study of French Language and current trends in both fields

ix. to enhance students' ability to use French Language as an effective instrument of thought and communication

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

French Students admitted to the Department of Languages&Literary Studies for the B.A.(Hons) degree program in French and International Relations must have satisfied the Babcock University admission requirements. In addition, they must have:

i. 5 credits Senior Secondary School Level including English and any four others subjects include French or History or Government OR

ii. G.C.E. A/L, Baccalaureate or NFLV Diploma for those coming in through Direct Entry

Such student in(i) above should have passed the Babcock University Entrance Examination or JAMB in four subject are as including French Language.

WORKLOAD AND NUMBER OF UNITS FOR GRADUATION

150 minimum credits are required for the French and International Relations programme. The break down of the credit requirements by level are as follows:

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