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Required Courses

IT 301 (3)
IT 130 (GH, IL, 3) or IT 131 (GH, US, 3)
IT 415 (3) or IT 490 (3)

Select 27 credits from categories A, B, and C.

NOTE: Courses in different categories in the Italian Studies option cannot double-count. Example: if a student uses IT 422 to satisfy category A requirements, IT 422 cannot count in category B. Also, in addition to the prescribed IT 415/490 course, Italian studies majors must take a minimum of 12 credits at the 400-level in categories A, B, and C.

Category A. Select 6 credits from:

IT 320 (3), IT 325 (3), IT 330W (3), IT 412 (3), IT 422 (3), IT 450 (3), IT 460 (3), or other 300- or 400-level course taught in Italian in consultation with major advisor.

Category B. Select 12 credits from:

IT 110 (3), IT 230 (3), IT 320 (3), IT 325 (3), IT 330W (3), IT 399 (3), IT 422 (3), IT 475 (3), IT 480 (3), IT 485 (3), IT 497 (3), or other courses in consultation with major advisor.

Category C. Select 9 credits of 400-level courses in related disciplines from:

ART H 411 (3-9), ART H 414 (3), ART H 423 (3-9), ART H 456 (3), ART H 458 (3), CAMS 410 (3), CAS 471 (US, IL, 3), CMLIT 400Y (3), CMLIT 401Y (3), CMLIT 402Y (3), LATIN 400 (3), LATIN 402 (3-12), LATIN 404 (3-12), LATIN 420 (3-6), LATIN 450W (3), LING 447 (3), LING 448 (3), PHIL 437 (3), PHIL 454 (3), PHIL 455 (3-6), PHIL 464 (3-6), PHIL 465 (3-6), PL SC 431 (3), PL SC 432 (3) or other courses in consultation with major advisor.

Major requirement:  36 credits