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  • French is traditional and should stay in colleges.

    French departments are quite necessary for colleges because French is a traditional language of the civilized European world. France has also been highly politically important for hundreds of years because of wars and various rulers, and keeping the language out of college departments would make the French seem less important than they really are.

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  • No, colleges need to get rid of unnecessary classes.

    Colleges need to clean house and get rid of the courses and departments that are no longer necessary. English is rapidly becoming the universal language, making it unnecessary to provide a wide variety of foreign languages in college. French departments are leftovers from a time when speaking French and studying French literature was considered romantic and desirable.

  • No, they are not.

    French departments are a great addition to colleges and universities, especially those that focus on liberal arts, culture and the humanities. But French does not have a place in every college. If the school focuses on technology or local interests, then a French department is superfluous and just takes up a lot of money.

  • No, French departments are not necessary for colleges.

    It could be nice to have a French department at your college, however, is such a department a necessity? I would argue no. There are many more popular degrees that can attract students to a college. A college without a French department will have little, if any, trouble competing with a college with a French department as many students are interested in and more passionate about other departments and majors.


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