Italian Course Options

ITA 2200 (Intermediate Italian) (3). Provides intermediate training in the acquisition and application of basic language skills.

ITA 2240 (Italian Intermediate Conversation) (3). Designed for intermediate students of Italian who wish to further their linguistic knowledge in specific areas of business.

ITA 2441 (Italian for Business) (3). Designed for intermediate students of Italian who wish to further their linguistic knowledge in specific areas of business.

ITA 3403 (La Commedia dell'Arte from Venetian Mask to Galdoni's Theater) (3). Studies the theatrical social and political tradition that lead to la Commedia dell'Arte and Goldoni's Theater.

ITA 3392 (Italian Cinema) (3). Studies the Italian Cinema from the end of the World War II (neorealism) until the early 70's (Comedy Italian Style).

ITA 3410 (Italian Advanced Conversation) (3). Development of oral proficiency skills at an advanced level and of a greater awareness of Italian culture.

ITA3420 (Italian Review Grammar & Writing I) (3). Practice in contemporary usage through selected readings in culture and civilization. Development of writing and speaking ability in extemporaneous contexts. The course will be conducted exclusively in the target language.

ITA 3421 (Review Grammar/Writing II) (3). Instruction and practice in expository writing in Italian, with emphasis on organization, correct syntax, and vocabulary building.

ITA 3500 (Italian Culture & Society GL) (3). An overview of socio-cultural issues in Italy.

AVAILABLE FOR ALL MAJORS:

FOL 3940 Internship in Foreign Language (0-3). An option for students who wish to Minor or Major in a foreign language.

Academic Learning Compacts

The Board of Governors requires that every undergraduate program provide its students with academic learning outcomes and inform them of the program's mission. During the course of their studies, French and Francophone Studies majors must be aware that they will be required to take part in assessment activities.