Italian Minor

Minors in Italian will take a minimum of six courses numbered ITAL 1501 Intermediate Italian I and higher, to be chosen in consultation with the assigned departmental Italian minor adviser.

Courses for the minor, to be completed all in Italian, normally include the following:

Course Title Credits
ITAL 1501Intermediate Italian I3
ITAL 1502Intermediate Italian II3
ITAL 2001Italian Language and Literature 13
or ITAL 2201 Italian Community Engaged Learning: Art and Society
Three additional electives in Italian 212
1

Either course serves as the prerequisite for all 3000-level and above courses.

2

Any course with the ITAL subject code numbered above 2201 may fulfill this requirement. One 2000-level course (above ITAL 2001/ITAL 2201) is suggested. Courses with the ITAL attribute may also apply with the Italian adviser's permission.

Students who place out of ITAL 1501, ITAL 1502, or ITAL 2001/ITAL 2201 will replace them with upper-level elective courses (see footnote 2 above).

AB and IB Credit

All courses counting towards the core language requirement and the major or the minor in a modern foreign language, literature and culture must be taken for credit and a letter grade. When AP or IB credits are awarded as equivalent to the 1502 level in a language, these credits will be applied toward the core language requirement and, as elective credits, toward graduation, but they will not be applied toward the major or the minor in that language.

Study Abroad

Up to two courses for the Italian minor may be taken abroad. These courses must be approved by the Italian minor adviser prior to studying abroad.

Availability

The minor in Italian is available at Fordham College at Rose Hill and Fordham College at Lincoln Center. Students in Fordham's School of Professional and Continuing Studies may minor in Italian only if they receive the approval of their advising dean and/or department, and their schedules are sufficiently flexible to permit them to take day courses at the Rose Hill or Lincoln Center campuses.