Italian Studies Minor
18 credits in minor courses, including:
|CATEGORY A: Courses in Italian. At least 6 credits in ITAL numbered 3100 to 3990||6-18|
|CATEGORY B: Significant Italian Content. Up to 6 additional credits from the following:||0-6|
|Intermediate Italian I|
|Intermediate Italian II|
|Up to 6 additional credits from the following:||0-6|
the Category B list
|CATEGORY C: Partial Italian Content. Up to 3 additional credits from the following:||0-3|
|At least 9 credits must be at the 2000-level or above|
|Among the courses outside the ITAL prefix, no more than 6 credits from any single prefix can be applied to the minor.|
|Course offerings for Italian Studies vary frequently and often include Special Topics, Topics In, and Honors College courses. Before registration each semester, a list of eligible courses is posted as a See Also list in the Schedule of Courses (Classic Version). Many of those courses will not show up immediately in students’ degree audits. The courses listed in this table are always eligible and should automatically be applied in degree audits.|
|With the approval of a minor advisor, ITAL 2108 may be substituted for ITAL 2100, and ITAL 2208 may be substituted for ITAL 2200. ITAL 2109 and ITAL 2209 cannot be counted toward the minor.|
Italian language through ITAL 1200: Elementary II or the equivalent.
Introductory and intermediate courses for various subject areas may be necessary to reach the courses at the 2000-level or above applicable to the minor.
In the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), only one course may overlap between a major and a minor or between two minors.
For a Bachelor of Arts degree, no more than 45 credits in courses with the same departmental prefix may be used toward completion of the 120 credits required for graduation. For a Bachelor of Science degree, the maximum is 50 credits.
At least half of the credits used to complete minor requirements must be taken at the University of Vermont.