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Modern Language and Culture - Italian Minor

Elisabetta D’Amanda, Minor Adviser
(585) 475-6522, exdgla@rit.edu

This minor has not been converted to semesters. A Modern Language-Italian minor is available.

[arrow] Click to view minor requirements in the Quarter Calendar

Quarter Curriculum - For Reference Only

Effective fall 2013, RIT will convert its academic calendar from quarters to semesters. The following content has been made available as reference only. Currently matriculated students who began their academic programs in quarters should consult their academic adviser for guidance and course selection.

The modern language and culture minor consists of five courses: three language courses beyond Beginning Level I and two culture courses. The minor provides beginning and some intermediate level study of a modern language and appropriate courses in the culture of the nations where that language is most often used. The goal of this minor is to introduce students to the language, customs, and cultural aspects (e.g., history, art, literature, politics, anthropology, and music) of one particular country or area. Students will become aware of the relationship between language and culture and of the differences between their own language and culture and those of the country they choose to study.

Prerequisite:
0525-500 Beginning Italian I

Required Courses—A sequence of three from the following:
0525-501 Beginning Italian II
0525-502 Beginning Italian III
0525-503 Intermediate Italian I
0525-504 Intermediate Italian II
0525-505 Intermediate Italian III
0525-506 Advanced Italian I
0525-507 Advanced Italian II
0525-508 Advanced Italian III

Electives—Choose two of the following culture courses:
0525-519 Contemporary Italian Culture*
0505-433 15th Century Art and Architecture of Florence and Rome
0504-434 16th Century Art and Architecture of Florence and Rome

* Contemporary Italian Culture (0525-519) is offered each summer in Italy.