Minor in Italian

The minor in Italian requires 29 semester credit hours, including 15 upper-division hours in the language. The first two years of beginning- and intermediate-level coursework serve as prerequisites to all upper-division courses. These prerequisites include ITAL 1410, ITAL 1420, ITAL 2310, and ITAL 2320. For most students, the first two years of beginning-level courses (1410 and 1420) and intermediate-level courses (2310 and 2320) serve as prerequisites to all upper-division courses.  However, if a student can successfully complete the three-hour 2320 course or receive credit through testing, the other prerequisite courses may be waived in the minor requirement.

Required Courses
ITAL 1410Beginning Italian I4
ITAL 1420Beginning Italian II4
ITAL 2310Intermediate Italian I3
ITAL 2320Intermediate Italian II3
Choose 15 hours from the following:15
Advanced Grammar and Composition
Italian Film and Media Studies
Italian Literature and Culture
Italian Civilization
Studies in Italian Language and Culture
Total Hours29