This program follows the "dual languages"
approach followed in the College of Foreign Languages, which means that the
French language is a new language for most students and will be a main language
of learning, while the English language that students learn in school will be a
second (secondary) language. Our program will differ from the rest of the
bilingual programs as it is not a language and literature program but an
applied language program for the purpose of preparing students for the labor
There will be a few literary subjects, but they will be
in the program with the aim of training students in critical thinking and not
with the aim of graduating students specialized in literature. Instead there
will be many materials in French and English for different purposes
(Business, tourism, education, etc.) which will help students in their
professional future, as the program will contain a large number of materials
that qualify the student for the labor market and gain him / her linguistic and
applied skills that distinguish the program from other bilingual programs and
prepare its graduates in fields Different later in the job market.