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.
The following requirements below are intended for students declared after Fall 2022. If you have already declared your minor, please speak to your academic advisor for assistance.
|IT 111||Elementary Italian||3|
|IT 112||Italian II||3|
|IT 113||Made in Italy: Italian Language through Food, Fashion and Film||3|
|IT 122||Italian Conversation I||3|
|IT 132||Italian in Florence||3|
|IT 213||Italian III||3|
|IT 214||Italian IV||3|
|IT 223||Italian Conversation II||3|
|IT 311||Italian for Business||3|
|IT 312||Italian Fashion Culture||3|
|IT 341||Introduction to Italian Literature||3|
|IT 342||Writing Women of the Italian Renaissance||3|
|MC 200||Mediterranean Crossings: Migration, Integration, and Social Unrest (*)||3|
|MC 201/FI 202||Mafia Movies: Crime and Corruption in Italian Popular Culture (*)||3|
|MC 202||Rome: The Making and Unmaking of the Eternal City (*)||3|
|MC 241||Italian American Cultural Studies (*)||3|
|MC 251/FI 246||Italian Cinema (*)||3|
|MC 313||Writing Women of the Italian Renaissance (*)||3|
|MC 345||Food for Thought: Gastronomy in Italian Literature and Culture (*)||3|
*This course is taught in English and it may be used toward the Italian minor if you have permission from the instructor and have taken IT 214 since specific assignments will have to be done in the Italian language. Only one of these four courses can be used for the minor.
Please notify your Professor on the first day of class if you intend to have the course counted towards the minors.