Italian Minor

College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies
109 Satterfield Hall
Tel: 330-672-2150
E-mail: mcls@kent.edu
Web: www.kent.edu/cas/mcls

The Italian minor provides interdisciplinary and foundational skills in conversation and writing as well as aural and reading comprehension. Students are introduced to Italian civilization and culture from the Romans to the present, with a focus on art, history and archaeology. There are opportunities for study abroad in Florence.

I. ITALIAN MINOR PREREQUISITES*

Course Title

ITAL 15201 Elementary Italian I
15202 Elementary Italian II
25201 Intermediate Italian I
25202 Intermediate Italian II
II. ITALIAN MINOR REQUIREMENTS (18 credits)
Course Title Credits
ITAL 35211 Italian Composition and Conversation I 3
35213 Italian Composition and Conversation II 3
35332 Recent Italian Literature 3
35421 Italian Civilization 3
Electives: choose from the following
6
ARTH

CLAS 42032

41402 Roman Archaeology and Art(3)
or
Roman Archaeology and Art (3)  
ARTH 42041 Italian Renaissance Art (3)  
42043 The High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy (3)  
42044 Venetian Renaissance Art (3)  
42046 Baroque Art of the 17th Century (3)  
42091 Seminar: Art Experiences in Italy (3)  
CLAS

HIST 41006

41006 Roman History (3)
or
Roman History (3)  
TOTAL 18

* Prerequisites can be waived by demonstrated proficiency.

Minimum cumulative 2.00 GPA required for graduation.

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