College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Modern Languages > Graduate Programs > Italian (MA) > Degree Requirements
The curriculum of the MA in Italian consists of twelve courses (48 quarter credit hours), divided into two parts:
The core curriculum consists of the following three courses:
In addition, all 300-level language courses are offered simultaneously as 400-level electives to complete the MA program. The 400-level courses have additional requirements.
Additional requirements include:
The portfolio (completed while enrolled in MOL 496) consists of a compilation and critical assessment of select work done throughout the program and a capstone project. Capstone projects may include a community service experience, internship, performance or creative work, teaching portfolio, thesis, or translation.
In order to graduate from the program, students must complete all program requirements with a minimum GPA of 3.000.
A thesis option will be available for students who attain a GPA of at least 3.7 in the program after completing 24 credit hours of coursework.
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