Italian

A minor in a foreign language gives you a competitive edge in the International market. It prepares you to live in and contribute to a diverse and changing world and to enter the global workforce equipped with the knowledge, confidence and communication skills needed for success in an interdependent world.

Coordinator: Erica Moretti 

Requirements

Complete five of the following courses.

Course Credits
IT 111 Italian I   
IT 112 ITALIAN II   
IT 213 ITALIAN III   
IT 214 ITALIAN IV   
IT 122 ITALIAN CONVERSATION I   
IT 223 ITALIAN CONVERSATION II   
IT 113 MADE IN ITALY: ITALIAN LANGUAGE THROUGH FOOD, FASHION AND FILM   
IT 132 ITALIAN IN FLORENCE   
IT 311 ITALIAN FOR BUSINESS   
IT 312 ITALIAN FASHION CULTURE   
IT 341 INTRODUCTION TO ITALIAN LITERATURE   
IT 342 WOMEN WRITERS OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE   
MC 200 MEDITERRANEAN CROSSINGS   
MC 201/FI 202 MAFIA MOVIES: CRIME AND CORRUPTION IN ITALIAN POPULAR CULTURE (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 202 ROME: THE MAKING AND UNMAKING OF THE ETERNAL CITY (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 241 ITALIAN AMERICAN CULTURAL STUDIES (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 251/FI 246 ITALIAN CINEMA (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 313 WRITING WOMEN OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)   
MC 345 ITALIAN FOOD FOR THOUGHT: GASTRONOMY IN ITALIAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE (WITH SPECIAL PERMISSION)  

Please check the Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and any prerequisite information.