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Italian (Minor)

The Italian minor gives students the opportunity to develop basic linguistic and cultural skills, to train in creative and critical thinking, and prepare for a career in our multicultural society. 

The minor consists of a total of five courses in Italian language, ITA 105 and above.  Courses taught in English (ITA 260EITA 262E, ITA 307E, ITA 308E) will not be counted toward this minor unless Program Director permission is secured.

Students majoring in Italian (BA) are restricted from earning this minor.

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