Course Descriptions - Italian
ITA121 Elementary Italian I (3-0-3)

This course is designed for beginners or for those with one year of high school Italian. It provides an introduction of the Italian language through the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. It also examines Italian culture. Classroom instruction is supplemented with activities in the language lab; students are required to complete five documented hours of lab work outside of class.

ITA122 Elementary Italian II (3-0-3)

This course is designed for students who have completed Elementary Italian I, or two years of high school Italian. It continues the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills covered in Elementary Italian I. The course continues to provide an understanding of the civilization, culture and customs of Italy. Classroom instruction is supplemented with activities in the language lab; students are required to complete five documented hours of lab work outside of class. PR: ITA 121 or two years of high school Italian

ITA222 Intermediate Italian I (3-0-3)

This course develops audio-lingual and grammatical skills in Italian, placing an increased emphasis on the student's reading skills and grammatical usage. Composition writing, reading and speaking exercises are stressed, and Italian civilization is studied in detail. A minimum of five hours of additional work in the language laboratory is required per term. PR: ITA 122 or permission of instructor

ITA224 Intermediate Italian II (3-0-3)

A continuation of Intermediate Italian I, this course completes a review of grammatical structures. It focuses on the refinement of communication skills through the use of prepared oral reports and discussion of Italian culture to increase the student's skill and confidence. A minimum of five hours of additional work in the language laboratory is required per term. PR: ITA 222 or permission of instructor

ITA999 Italian Elective (3-0-3)




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