Minor in Italian Studies
The Minor in Italian Studies (19 credits) is an interdisciplinary program designed for students with intermediate proficiency who want to enrich their knowledge of Italian cultural studies (film, media, music, art, literature, language, and history) beyond the language requirement of the Bachelor of Arts in Italian. Students take a combination of Italian language courses (through level 2002, 4th semester Italian) and electives in literature, film, or some other aspect of Italian history and culture. One of these electives must be taught in Italian language (where the whole course is conducted in the language and assignments are done in Italian) and the other two courses may be conducted in English (one of these must be offered by the Italian Department, the other may be from another related department with the approval of the faculty advisor).
|ITAL 1002||Italian Language II||4|
|ITAL 2001||Intermediate Italian I||3|
|ITAL 2002||Intermediate Italian II||3|
|Italian Elective (taught in Italian)||3|
|Italian Elective (taught in English or Italian)||3|
|Elective in Italian history or culture with approval of faculty advisor - may be taught in English.||3|
|Total Credit Hours||19|
Minors are awarded only at the time of completion of the bachelor's degree and cannot be awarded either as a stand-alone program of study or after completion of the first bachelor's degree.