Most classes are small, with fewer than 20 students. Intro courses sometimes have more than that, around 30 or 35, but once you get into the higher level courses it'll decrease significantly. My French 313 class this semester had only 12 students! Most courses are discussion-based, so participation is a big portion of your final grade. The upside to this is that professors really get to know you and your strengths and weaknesses as the class progresses.
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