Language and Knowledge of Quebec Programs

Short Program in French as a Second Language (0229)

Intended for allophones and anglophones looking to improve their written and oral French skills, this program comprises four university courses all offered online.

In TÉLUQ’s proven distance learning model, students play an active role in their own development and can make tremendous progress in a single term.

12-Credit Program

  • 4 courses, 3 credits each
  • Approximately 135 work hours per course
  • Undergraduate certificate

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Note: To enroll in this program, students must demonstrate completion of a beginner-level course of study.

Short Program to Develop Skills in Written French (0073)

In this advanced program, students improve their French writing abilities and gain the skills needed to compose effective, well-written documents of all types (general and specialized, administrative, scientific, etc.).

9-credit program

  • 3 courses, 3 credits each
  • Approximately 135 work hours per course
  • Undergraduate certificate

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Certificate in Québec Studies (5683)

In this undergraduate program, students:

  • Expand their knowledge by developing a better understanding of Québec society
  • Hone their professional skills through course work and exams as they learn the intellectual operations required to apply knowledge in the human sciences (understand, summarize, analyze, judge, etc.)
  • Develop their interpersonal skills by becoming open-minded citizens able to think for themselves and voice their own opinions on various aspects of Québec society

30-credit programƒƒ

  • 10 courses, 3 credits each
  • 135 work hours per course
  • Undergraduate degree

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Short program in English Reinforcement (0082)

The objective of this program is to master the English language and become familiar with the linguistic and cultural variants of anglophones. In addition, it enables students to deepen their knowledge of the structure of the English language, as well as the linguistic particularities specific to North America and other English-speaking countries.

This program is intended for advanced-level students.

9-credit program

  • 3 courses, 3 credits each
  • Approximately 135 work hours per course
  • Undergraduate certificate

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Short program in Functional English (0081)

Intended for allophones and those francophones who wish to improve their English written and oral skills, this program enables students to:

  • Understand the essential aspects of English grammar and syntax;
  • Become familiar with the sociolinguistic and psycholinguistic factors specific to learning English.

This program is intended for intermediate-level students.

9-credit program

  • 3 courses, 3 credits each
  • Approximately 135 work hours per course
  • Undergraduate certificate

See full description (in French)