3 courses:
  • IT-101

    Introductory Italian

    Italy has been very successful at branding itself as a source of authentic traditions and style. Students will study the Italian language, history, and culture through a celebration of Italian cultural icons and ways of life. Students will develop basic language skills in listening, speaking, and reading. The course emphasizes student interaction through class activities centered on Italian food and art, fashion, and movies. No prior knowledge of Italian is required.
  • IT-102

    Introductory Italian

    This is a continuation of IT 101 or an equivalent course. It is an introduction to the study of the Italian language and culture, with special attention paid to its traditions and innovations, to its creativity and technology, and to its place in a global world. Students will develop improved language skills in listening, speaking, and reading. The course emphasizes student interaction through class activities centered on Italian food, art, history, and politics. Please note that students who enroll in the second section of this course and complete the assignments associated with the optional travel component will earn one additional academic credit for a total of four credits. Prerequisites: IT 101 or equivalent
  • IT-102B

    Intro.ItalianLang.Culture/Abr

    This is a continuation of IT 101 or an equivalent course. It is an introduction to the study of the Italian language and culture, with special attention paid to its traditions and innovations, to its creativity and technology, and to its place in a global world. Students will develop improved language skills in listening, speaking, and reading.The course emphasizes student interaction through class activities centered on Italian food and art, history and politics. Please note that students who enroll in this course and complete the assignments associated with the optional travel component, will earn one additional academic credit, for a total of four credits. Prerequisites: IT 101 or equivalent.