Italian Studies, Minor
Saint Louis University's Italian Studies minor is interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary in nature. The focus of the Italian studies minor is the development of linguistic and cultural proficiency.
Students who begin their study of Italian at SLU above the 2010 level must complete an additional course or courses at the 4000 level to fulfill the 15 credits required for the minor.
|ITAL 2010||Intermediate Italian: Language & Culture||3|
|Any 3 of the following upper division (3xxx or above) courses or any course with an Italian elective attribute, such as:||9|
|Written Communication in Italian I|
|Oral Communication in Italian I|
|Written Communication in Italian II|
|Oral Communication in Italian II|
|Select two of the following upper-division coursework with the Italian -- Related Studies attribute, such as:||6|
|Early Renaissance Art in Italy-Advanced Studies|
|High Renaissance Art in Italy: Advanced Studies|
|Comparative Ethnic Studies|
|From Cathedrals to Printing Presses: Europe in the Late Middle Ages|
|The Age of Renaissance|
|Europe since 1945|
|Daily Life in Early Mod Europe|
|Migrants and Borders on Screen: The Cinema of Migration in Mediterranean Europe|
|History of Music I|
|History of Music II|
|Language and Linguistics|
|Second Language Acquisition|
|Teachers in Medieval Christianity|
All Italian Studies minor courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher in order to count for the minor and for the student to continue in the minor.