In Italian, the sequence
satisfying the language requirement is: ITAL 101, 102, 201,
202. Advanced standing is determined by an interview with the
Italian faculty. See also information on the Placement
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ITAL 101 (4) (S) Elementary
Speaking, understanding, reading and writing of Italian. Five class
hours and one language laboratory hour. Followed by Italian 102.
ITAL 102 (4) (S) Elementary Italian
Continuation of ITAL 101.
ITAL 201, 202 (3) (S) Intermediate Italian
Prerequisite: ITAL 102 or the equivalent. Grammar, conversation,
composition, readings in contemporary Italian literature.
To learn more and register
for courses, visit the Course
Offering Directory. For information on more advanced courses in
for 101-202 change each year. The names of some of the instructors for
these courses can be found in the COD. Students can also find instructors
by checking the Directory for the Department of Spanish, Italian, and
Portuguese outside Wilson 115 after the beginning of the semester.
Syllabus: The syllabus for courses (ITAL 101-202) will be distributed
to students on the first day of class. Some syllabi for Italian language
and literature courses can also be located on individual class Toolkit
pages (see your instructor for further information).
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