Italian (ITAL)

ITAL 1001. Elementary Italian I (3 Credits) 

This course will develop your 4 communicative skills--speaking, listening, reading and writing---so as to give the student a basic proficiency in Italian (cf. ACTFL Novice Guidelines). Additionally, the class is designed to increase your knowledge of Italic culture through the materials presented for reading and conversation. Open to native speakers of Italian only by permission of the Department of Humanities.

ITAL 1002. Elementary Italian II (3 Credits) 

This course will develop your 4 communicative skills--speaking, listening, reading and writing---so as to give the student a basic proficiency in Italian (cf. ACTFL Novice Guidelines). Additionally, the class is designed to increase your knowledge of Italic culture through the materials presented for reading and conversation. This course is not open to native speakers of Italian with the permission of the Department of Humanities.

Prerequisites: ITAL 1001

ITAL 2001. Intermediate Italian I (3 Credits) 

This course will develop your 4 communicative skills--speaking, listening, reading and writing---so as to give the student a basic proficiency in Italian (cf. ACTFL Novice Guidelines). Additionally, the class is designed to increase your knowledge of Italic culture through the materials presented for reading and conversation. This course is not open to native speakers of Italian without the permission of the Department of Humanities.

Prerequisites: ITAL 1002

ITAL 2002. Intermediate Italian II (3 Credits) 

This course will develop your 4 communicative skills--speaking, listening, reading and writing---so as to give the student a basic proficiency in Italian (cf. ACTFL Novice Guidelines). Additionally, the class is designed to increase your knowledge of Italic culture through the materials presented for reading and conversation.

Prerequisites: ITAL 2001