Italian Studies: Italian Culture, Minor
The Italian Studies section of the Romance Languages Department offers programs in language, literature, film, linguistics, cultural studies and civilization for students with or without a background in Italian. At the core of this program is the study of the Italian language, understood both in the narrow sense of verbal communication, but also in the larger sense of textual messages: literary, cinematic, historical, art-historical, and mass-cultural.
|ITAL 1000||Advanced Italian I||1|
|ITAL 1200||Advanced Italian II||1|
|or ITAL 1890||Masterpieces-Italian Literature|
|or ITAL 1900||Italian History on Screen: How Movies Tell the Story of Italy|
|Select 4 course units of Electives 1||4|
|Total Course Units||6|
No more than 3 courses may be taken in English. No more than 3 courses may be taken abroad. At least 1 of the 4 electives must be taught in Italian at the 3000-level. The remaining 3 courses should be chosen in related fields sponsored through Comparative Literature, Cinema Studies, departments affiliated with the Center for Italian Studies, or other offerings in humanities and social sciences as appropriate.
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2022 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.