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8.11.8 Italian 8.11.8 Italian

For entry, continuation and graduation requirements for the General Degree, Advanced Degree and Honours Degree, see Section 3: Basic Faculty Regulations for the B.A. General, Advanced and Honours Degree Programs.

Minor (Concentration) Program

For entry to the Minor (Concentration), the prerequisite is a grade of “C” or better in ITLN 1080.

It is not possible to have a Minor in Italian and a Major in Italian Studies.

Other

All Italian courses except ITLN 1080 and ITLN 3780 are taught in Italian.

Travel/study courses in Italian may be offered in the Summer Session; see department for information.

8.11.9 Italian

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

MINOR (CONCENTRATION) TOTAL: 18 CREDIT HOURS

ITLN 1080

6 credit hours selected from Italian courses numbered at the 2000 level

6 credit hours selected from Italian courses numbered at the 3000 level

 

8.11.10 Italian Studies

The Major (General and Advanced) in Italian Studies is an interdisciplinary program designed to provide advanced reading, writing, oral, and translation skills in contemporary Italian language, in the context of a broad appreciation for Italian/Roman history and its contributions to art and culture. For entry, continuation and graduation requirements for the General Degree, Advanced Degree and Honours Degree, see Section 3: Basic Faculty Regulations for the B.A. General, Advanced and Honours Degree Programs.

Major Program

For entry to the Major, the prerequisite is a grade of “C” or better in ITLN 1080. For students who have taken additional courses toward the Major, then a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 is required on all courses including the higher grade of repeated courses and excluding failed courses.

It is not possible to have a Major in Italian Studies and a Minor in Italian.

A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 in all courses that comprise the Major is required to graduate including the higher grade of repeated courses and excluding failed courses.

8.11.11 Italian Studies

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

GENERAL MAJOR TOTAL: 30 CREDIT HOURS

ITLN 1080

ITLN 2080, or 6 credit hours selected from ITLN 2090, ITLN 2100, ITLN 2200

6 credit hours selected from ITLN 3050, ITLN 3060, ITLN 3760, ITLN 3770, ITLN 3780

 

 

Plus at least 12 credit hours of courses selected from List A

 

SINGLE ADVANCED MAJOR TOTAL: 48 CREDIT HOURS

ITLN 1080

ITLN 2080, or 6 credit hours selected from ITLN 2090, ITLN 2100, ITLN 2200

6 credit hours selected from ITLN 3050, ITLN 3060, ITLN 3760, ITLN 3770, ITLN 3780

 

Plus at least 30 credit hours of courses selected from List A

 

List A

 

 

Faculty of Arts

Italian

ITLN 2200

Let's Get Graphic: Italian through Graphic Novels

3

ITLN 3050

Italian Through Literature

3

ITLN 3060

Italian Through Film

3

ITLN 3760

Italian Translation Workshop

3

ITLN 3770

Modern Italian Usage

3

ITLN 3780

A Voyage through the Italian Mind: An Italian Culture Course

3

Classics

CLAS 1280

Introduction to Ancient Roman Culture

3

CLAS 2160

Roman History: The Roman Republic, 753-30 BC

3

CLAS 2170

Roman History: The Roman Empire, 30 BC-AD 337

3

CLAS 2622

Latin Literature in Translation

3

CLAS 2680

Roman Art and Archaeology

3

LATN 1080

Introduction to the Reading of Latin 1

3

LATN 1090

Introduction to the Reading of Latin 2

3

LATN 2700

Intermediate Readings in Latin

3

LATN 2720

Selected Readings in Republican and Augustan Poetry

3

LATN 2740

Selected Readings in Republican and Augustan Prose

3

LATN 2780

History of the Latin Language

3

LATN 2800

Readings in Medieval or Renaissance Latin

3

LATN 3740

Roman Comedy

3

LATN 3760

Orations of Cicero

3

LATN 3780

Roman Satire

3

LATN 3800

Lyric and Elegiac Poetry of the Augustan Age

3

LATN 3820

Virgil’s Aeneid

3

LATN 3840

Virgil’s Eclogues and Georgics

3

LATN 3860

The Roman Historians

3

LATN 3880

Poetry of the Silver Age

3

History

HIST 2350

Europe 1789-1870 (E)

3

HIST 2360

Europe 1870 to the Present (E)

3

HIST 2370

History of Europe since the French Revolution (E)

6

HIST 2900

Topics in Social History (G) (when taught as “Topic: Italy”)

6

HIST 3136

History of Medieval Italy, 568-1300 (D)

3

HIST 3138

History of Medieval Italy, 1300-1500 (D)

3

HIST 3140

Medieval Italy (D)

6

HIST 3680

Europe, 1870-1945 (E)

6

HIST 3682

Europe 1870-1918 (E)

3

HIST 3684

Europe 1918-1945 (E)

3

School of Art

FAAH 2060

Medieval to Early Renaissance Art and Architecture

3

FAAH 2070

Renaissance to Baroque Art and Architecture

3

FAAH 3130

Topics in Medieval Art and Architecture

3

FAAH 3140

Topics in Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture

3

Marcel A. Desautels Faculty of Music

MUSC 3100

Opera Repertoire

3

For course descriptions, see departmental listings.