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The minor in Italian gives students the opportunity to improve skills in Italian and increase knowledge of Italian life and culture. The Italian minor makes an ideal combination with a major in areas such as business, the arts, English or comparative literature, other foreign languages or linguistics, history and art history, administration of justice, and health services, as well as certain social sciences such as sociology, political science, anthropology, etc.


Total credit requirements: 18 Credits

  • Six (6) of these have to be at the 400-level
  • 12 credits at any level

Courses satisfying an Italian Minor

Italian 003 Inmd. Italian
Italian 020 Intensive Inmd. Italian
Italian 050* Italian Tutorial
Italian 299 Education Abroad
Italian 110 Italian Conversation
Italian 301 Pathways to Fluency
Italian 320 Intro Italian Culture
Italian 325 Intro to Italy’s Genius
Italian 330W Greatest Books of IT Lit
Italian 399 Education Abroad
Italian 412 Theory & Practice of Translation 
Italian 415 Dante
Italian 422 Humanism & the Renaissance
Italian 430 Italian Children's Literature
Italian 450 19th Cent It Literature
Italian 460 20th Cent It Literature
Italian 475 Modern Italian Lit & Cin
Italian 480 Italian Women Writers
Italian 485 Italian-Am Cultural Studies
Italian 490 Dante in Translation
Italian 496 Indep Studies
Italian 497 Special Topics

 * Concurrent with IT 001, 002, 003, 010 & 020 only

 Many courses at the 300 and 400 level have prerequisites. Therefore, students who begin the minor below the 100 level, may need more than 18 credits to fulfill the Minor requirements.

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