Students pursuing a concentration in Italian gain an understanding of the language, literature and cultures of Italian speaking peoples and regions. There are opportunities to partake in study abroad programs, which can serve to enhance a student's experience and education.
- Students must complete a minimum of 18 credit hours which includes 12 upper division hours for this concentration.
- Students must complete a minimum of 6 ITA upper division hours offered by the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
- All courses must be completed with a grade of “C” (2.00) or higher.
- *Pre‐requisites: ITA 202 with a grade of C or better.
- Course substitutions are allowed for heritage and advanced speakers of the language. Consult an advisor in the School of International Letters and Cultures for details.
Electives 6 Hours Required
Choose two courses from the following:
ITA 311 Italian Conversation, G (3)* OR ITA 312 Italian Composition, G (3)* OR ITA 319
ITA 321 Introduction to Italian Literature I (3) OR ITA 322 Introduction to Italian Literature II (3)*
Upper Division (400 Level Course) 3 Hours Required
Any ITA 400 level course
Electives 9 Hours Required
Elective courses should be chosen to fulfill the upper division requirements.
Students may use a maximum of 6 credits from the 200‐level.
ITA 201 Intermediate Italian I, G (4)
ITA 202 Intermediate Italian II, G (4)
ITA 413 Advanced Italian, G (3) (Prerequisites: ITA 311 or 312 with C or better)
ITA 441 Dante: Divina Commedia, L or HU (3) (Prerequisites: ITA 321 or 322 with C or better)
ITA 443 Italian Literature of the Renaissance, HU & H (3) (Prerequisites: ITA 321 or 322 with C or better)
ITA 449 20th-Century Italian Literature, HU & G (3) (Prerequisites: ITA 321 or 312 with C or better)
Any ITA 300 or 400 level course