Department Chair: Markus Muller
Director: Markus Muller
RGRLL Language Coordinator: Nicolas Bordage
Single Subject Coordinator for L.O.T.E.: Cynthia Leathers
Department Office: Academic Services, Room 309
Telephone: (562) 985‑4317
Faculty: Laura Ceia, Clorinda Donato, Aparna Nayak, Najib Redouane
Graduate Advisor: Markus Muller
Administrative Analyst/Specialist: Alessandro Russo
Students desiring information should contact the department office for referral to one of the faculty advisors: Credential advisor or current Program Director.
College: College of Liberal Arts
Arts Management • Art Historian • Customs Inspector • Immigration Officer • Importer/Exporter • Foreign Service Officer • International Marketing Representative • Travel Guide • Social Worker • Linguist • Foreign Correspondent • Community Organization Worker • Lawyer • Librarian • International Student Advisor • Educator • Peace Corps Worker • Interpreter• Translator • CIA/FBI Agent
Some of these, and other careers, require additional education or experience. For more information, see www.careers.csulb.edu or drop in to see an advisor (www.csulb.edu/rgrll) who can help plan your studies in our department or explore career options that you may not have considered. The possibilities are limitless!
More than 200 million people in 55 countries across five continents speak French. The French program at CSU LB offers students a wide variety of degree options, including a Certificate in French Language Proficiency as well as the Minor, the BA and the Master of Arts in French and Francophone Studies. The BA in French and Francophone studies also offers an interdisciplinary option for students who want to broaden their academic and professional portfolio. Students with one or two semesters bf French language courses are well prepared to explore numerous short- and long-term study abroad options that we support with a variety of generous scholarships. In addition, the Dept. of RGRLL also offers the Single Subject Credential in French. All degree options can be complemented separately as well as built upon incrementally throughout a student's academic career at CSULB.