This is a list of all Italian courses. For more information, see French and Italian.

ITAL:1000 First-Year Seminar1 s.h.

Small discussion class taught by a faculty member; topics chosen by instructor; may include outside activities (e.g., films, lectures, performances, readings, visits to research facilities). Taught in English. Requirements: first- or second-semester standing.

ITAL:1030 Italian for Travelers2 s.h.

Basic language skills for tourists; for students with no previous Italian.

ITAL:1050 Italy Live3 s.h.

Introduction to Italian language and culture designed for students whose first contact with the language is in Italy; offered through Consortium of Universities for International Studies study abroad program (CUIS/CIMBA) in Paderno del Grappa, Italy.

ITAL:1101 Elementary Italian5 s.h.

Beginning instruction in Italian for students with no prior experience in speaking, reading, or understanding Italian. GE: World Languages First Level Proficiency.

ITAL:1102 Elementary Italian II5 s.h.

Continuation of ITAL:1101; beginning instruction in speaking, reading, and understanding Italian. Prerequisites: ITAL:1101. GE: World Languages Second Level Proficiency.

ITAL:1540 Topics in Italian2 s.h.

Topics in Italian language, culture, and literature; may include Italian cinema, studies of specific Italian cities, thematic approaches to Italian studies.

ITAL:2013 Everyday Italian I2 s.h.

Students learn how to ask and answer questions dealing with topics of daily life; emphasis on oral expression. Prerequisites: ITAL:1102 or ITAL:3002.

ITAL:2014 Everyday Italian II2 s.h.

Students learn how to ask and answer questions dealing with topics of daily life; emphasis on oral expression. Prerequisites: ITAL:3002 or ITAL:1102.

ITAL:2203 Intermediate Italian4 s.h.

Improvement of skills in writing, speaking, and comprehension beyond the level of elementary Italian. Prerequisites: ITAL:1102 or ITAL:3002. GE: World Languages Second Level Proficiency.

ITAL:2204 Intermediate Italian II4 s.h.

Improvement of skills in writing, speaking, and comprehension beyond the level of elementary Italian. Prerequisites: ITAL:2203. GE: World Languages Fourth Level Proficiency.

ITAL:2550 Images of Modern Italy3-4 s.h.

Survey of Italy's history since Unification; diverse aspects of modern Italian culture and society through visual and textural materials. Requirements: for students earning 4 s.h.—ITAL:2204. GE: Historical Perspectives; Values and Culture.

ITAL:2990 Independent Studyarr.

ITAL:3002 Intensive Elementary Italian4,6 s.h.

ITAL:1101 and ITAL:1102 combined in one semester; fundamentals of Italian language and culture including reading, writing, comprehension, and speaking skills. Requirements: two years of another foreign language. GE: World Languages Second Level Proficiency.

ITAL:3305 Advanced Italian3-4 s.h.

Improvement of skills in writing, speaking, and comprehension beyond the level of intermediate Italian; activities include class discussions, oral presentations, compositions, readings of modern texts, review and expansion of grammar. Prerequisites: ITAL:2204.

ITAL:3306 Advanced Italian II3-4 s.h.

Improvement of skills in writing, speaking, and comprehension beyond the level of intermediate Italian; activities include class discussions, oral presentations, compositions, readings of modern texts, review and expansion of grammar. Prerequisites: ITAL:2204.

ITAL:4350 Studies in Italian Language3 s.h.

Prerequisites: ITAL:3306.

ITAL:4633 Dante's Inferno3-4 s.h.

A virtual poetic journey through Hell; critical reading of Dante's Inferno, the first volume of The Devine Comedy, and the many ways this text has been interpreted and reinterpreted; while primary focus is on Dante's work, other texts and media are introduced to enhance the reading. Taught in English; discussion sessions in Italian. Requirements: for Italian majors taking 4 s.h. option—ITAL:2204.

ITAL:4634 The Italian Renaissance3 s.h.

Introduction to literature and culture of the Italian Renaissance; readings address various aspects of late medieval and renaissance culture including mysticism, humanism, women's position vis-à-vis literary tradition, and the relationship between literature and the arts. Taught in Italian. Prerequisites: ITAL:2204.

ITAL:4667 Modern Italian Fiction3 s.h.

Prerequisites: ITAL:2204.

ITAL:4668 Modern Italian Poetry and Theater3 s.h.

Continuation of ITAL:4667, but may be taken as independent unit. Prerequisites: ITAL:2204.

ITAL:4990 Independent Studyarr.

ITAL:4998 Honors Research and Thesis3 s.h.