Italian Studies (Bachelor of Arts)
Thirty-three credits chosen from the categories below. Among the courses taught in English, no more than twelve credits may be applied from any one academic discipline. Students should consult with their Italian advisor to assist in selecting a program of courses. Other equivalent courses may be accepted with permission of an Italian advisor and the chair of the Department of Romance Languages and Linguistics.
Courses in Italian: At least fifteen credits in courses taught in Italian at the 100-level or higher. One course in Readings and Research (ITAL 197, ITAL 198) or Advanced Readings and Research (ITAL 297, ITAL 298) may be applied to this category. A College Honors Thesis may be applied to this category if written in Italian.
Significant Italian content: Up to eighteen credits from among the following courses: ARTH 149, ARTH 161, ARTH 164, ARTH 282 (if topic significantly Italian); CLAS 023, CLAS 035, CLAS 037, CLAS 042, CLAS 122; up to six credits of Latin language/literature at any level; ENGS 163 (Italian American Literature); HST 125; MU 128, MU 228; PHIL 105; REL 124; THE 150; WLIT 013, WLIT 113, WLIT 122. A College Honors Thesis may be applied to this category if written in English.
Partial Italian content: Up to nine credits from among the following courses: ARTH 005, ARTH 006, ARTH 155 (Category B if significant Italian content); CLAS 154, CLAS 155, CLAS 156,GEOG 159, HST 009, HST 010, HST 013/HST 014, HST 015, HST 016, HST 127, HST 130; MU 111, MU 112, MU 205 (if some Italian content); POLS 141/POLS 142 (if some Italian content); REL 173 (if topic pertinent to Italian culture).