This immersion introduces students to the language, customs, and cultural aspects (history, art, literature, politics, anthropology, and music) of Italy. The immersion consists of three language courses or two language courses and one culture course. Students with previous language skills must consult the minor adviser for placement evaluation before they register.
Notes about this immersion:
- This immersion is closed to students majoring in international and global studies who have chosen an area of study in Italian language, a field specialization in Europe, or are native speakers of Italian.
|Choose two or three consecutive language courses:|
|MLIT-201||Beginning Italian I|
|MLIT-202||Beginning Italian II|
|MLIT-301||Intermediate Italian I|
|MLIT-302||Intermediate Italian II|
|MLIT-401||Advanced Italian I|
|MLIT-402||Advanced Italian II|
|One culture course may be used in place of one language course:|
|ARTH-311||Art & Architecture of Italy: 1250-1400|
|ARTH-312||Art & Architecture of Italy: 1600-1750|
|ARTH-317||Art & Architecture of Florence and Rome: 15th Century|
|ARTH-318||Art & Architecture of Florence and Rome: 16th Century|
|MLIT-351||Italian Cinema From Neorealism to the New Millennium|