Requirements

The Department of Modern Languages offers three Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree programs, with majors in French, Italian, and Spanish.
 

Bachelor of Arts, Major in Italian (24 hours)

Two of the following:

  • MLIT 210 (or 210RM) Italian Language and Literature
  • MLIT 306 Advanced Italian Conversation and Composition
  • MLIT 310 Advanced Italian Grammar

Two of the following:

  • MLIT 320 (or 320RM) Italian Cinema 1945–1965
  • MLIT 340 Italian Renaissance
  • MLIT 360 Italian Cultural Studies
  • MLIT 490 (or 490RM) Special Topics (when appropriate) 
  • MLIT 497 (or 497RM) Independent Study (when appropriate) 1–3 hours

Three of the following:

  • MLIT 303 (or 303RM) Introduction to Italian Literature I
  • MLIT 304RM Introduction to Italian Literature II
  • MLIT 350 Italian Short Story
  • MLIT 410 Dante and the Italian Middle Ages
  • MLIT 425 Italy on Stage
  • MLIT 430 Modern Italian Novel

One of the following:

  • MLIT 210 (or 210RM) Italian Language and Literature
  • MLIT 303 (or 303RM) Introduction to Italian Literature I
  • MLIT 304RM Introduction to Italian Literature II
  • MLIT 306 Advanced Italian Conversation and Composition
  • MLIT 310 Advanced Italian Grammar
  • MLIT 320 (or 320RM) Italian Cinema 1945–1965
  • MLIT 340 Italian Renaissance
  • MLIT 350 Italian Short Story
  • MLIT 360 Italian Cultural Studies
  • MLIT 410 Dante and the Italian Middle Ages
  • MLIT 425 Italy on Stage
  • MLIT 430 Modern Italian Novel
  • MLIT 490 (or 490RM) Special Topics (when appropriate)
  • MLIT 497 (or 497RM) Independent Study (when appropriate)