Giovanna DeLuca, Director
The Italian Studies minor is an elective program which provides a structured course of study designed to acquaint students with Italian history, culture, and civilization, as well as sociopolitical issues of contemporary Italy. The minor is an 18 credit interdisciplinary program which requires work primarily in Italian. Such a minor should include 3 courses in advanced Italian and 3 courses in related fields. Elective courses may be chosen from a number of fields, including English, Art History, Italian Literature in translation, Italian Cinema, History, and Music. Students select courses with their major advisor and have their minor approved by the coordinator of the Italian program who also becomes the students’ advisor in the minor.
Credit hours: 18
The 18 credit hours must be above ITAL 202 .