For a 15-credit minor in Italian, students complete the following:
|Select at least 3 courses taught in Italian 1||9|
|Select 2 additional courses from the department’s offerings in Italian or English, or from the list of approved courses in other departments||6|
This may include ITLN 2211 with a grade of B or better, and/or approved courses from study abroad partner institutions (list available upon request).
Students select their courses in consultation with a departmental advisor.
The following courses taught in English have been approved to count toward the Italian major and minor:
|AHST 1112||Etruscan and Roman Art and Archaeology||3|
|AHST 1130||Early Renaissance Art in Italy||3|
|AHST 1191||Art and Mythologies of Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, Bolshevik Russia: Comparative Systems & Outcomes||3|
|HIST 2203||European Society in the Middle Ages||3|
|HIST 2222||The Roman Revolution||3|
|HIST 2223||Roman World in Late Antiquity, 284-642 CE||3|
|POLI 2335||Modern Political Ideologies||3|
|POLI 2250||European Politics and the European Union||3|
|RLST 2443||The Papacy||3|