Italian Studies Major Requirements (as of December 2014)
For a Major in Italian Studies, a minimum of fifty-five (55) credits of coursework (or equivalent) are required at the 300- and 400- levels. A minimum grade of 2.0 is required in order for a course to be applied towards the Italian major.
- Italian Major Requirements, effective Autumn 2015
- Italian Studies major requirements (for those who declare the Italian major after the start of spring quarter 2006) (PDF)
- Italian Studies major requirements (for those who declared the Italian major prior to spring quarter 2006) (PDF)
- Core: 30 credits from ITAL 301, ITAL 302, ITAL 303; two of ITAL 304, ITAL 305, and ITAL 306; one course at the ITAL 350-level
- Electives: 25 credits above ITAL 203 (excludes ITAL 127, 199, 227, and 299, and 327)
- Must include 10 credits at the ITAL 400-level and an at least an additional 5 credits above ITAL 303.
- Minimum 15 credits in courses above ITAL 303 taught in Italian
- Minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA for courses applied to the major
- Maximum 15 credits of approved study-abroad coursework may be petitioned to apply to the major
- *ITAL 301, 302, and 303 must be taken sequentially
- The prerequisites for 300-level courses beyond 303 vary (some require 203, others require 302, for example). Please check the course catalog to see the prerequisite for a particular course.
- The prerequisite for 400-level Italian courses is completion of/concurrent enrollment in ITAL 303.