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Italian Minor

The Minor in Italian Studies requires that you take a minimum of 18 credits of course-work. You can design your own curriculum, freely choosing among the following list of courses offered by the Department of World Languages and Cultures (all courses are worth 3- semester hours, unless otherwise specified)

  • ITAL 213 - Intermediate Italian I
  • ITAL 214 - Intermediate Italian II
  • ITAL 300 - Italian: Advanced Conversation
  • ITAL 301 - Third-Year Italian: Composition and Conversation
  • ITAL 302 - Third-Year Italian: Composition and Conversation
  • ITAL 303 - Third-Year Readings in Italian: Subtitle Varies
  • ITAL 315 - Italian Translation I
  • ITAL 321 - Italian Culture and Civilization
  • ITAL 322 - Italian Popular Culture
  • ITAL 387 - Study Abroad in Foreign Language, Literature, or Culture III
  • ITAL 401 - Advanced Italian Grammar and Composition I
  • ITAL 402 - Advanced Italian Grammar and Composition II
  • ITAL 403 - Advanced Reading Proficiency in Italian
  • ITAL 409 - Independent Study
  • ITAL 440 - Topics in Italian Literature
  • ITAL 449 - Italian Culture Through Films
  • ITAL 462 - Dante's Divine Comedy
  • ITAL 463 - Boccaccio's Decameron
  • ITAL 490 - Topics in Italian Studies

To fulfill the requirements towards your Minor in Italian Studies you can also utilize the following courses, offered outside the Department of World Languages and Cultures:

  • HIST 458 - Roman Civilization
  • ART 463 - History of Early Renaissance Art

Upper division level (300-400) courses not listed here that nonetheless deal with Italy and Italian culture can also count towards your minor in Italian Studies, subject to pre- approval.