Students who minor in Italian must take five courses (at least 15 credits) in Italian above the introductory level, one of which must be at the 3000-level.
Italian Studies Minor
Students choosing the Italian Studies minor must complete 6 courses (18 credits). Four of the six courses must be taken in Italian, above the introductory level, and one of them must be at the 3000-level.
Two courses may be on Italian culture, history or literature taught in English out of other departments (for example, art history or history).
Courses in English that can count toward the Italian Studies minor with approval from the Italian Coordinator:
ARH 2038: Baroque Art & Architecture in Italy (3 cr.)
HIS 2030: Italy Since 1800 (3 cr.)
CSCH 3002: Decoding da Vinci (4 cr.)
HIS 1050: Traditional Europe (3 cr.)
HIS 2098: European Culture 1848-1945 (3 cr.)
Note: All course work counted toward the minor must be taken for a letter grade and must receive a grade of C- or better.