The Minor Program

A minor in Italian Studies consists of seven upper-division courses from among those listed on our "Courses" page; at least three areas (history, literature, visual arts, etc.) must be represented. Credit from the EAP program may be applied toward the minor.

Prerequisite Courses

Students must complete the following prerequisite language courses or their equivalents for all upper-division work in Italian literature:

LIIT 1A. Italian Conversation (2.5)
LIIT 1AX. Analysis of Italian (2.5)

LIIT 1B. Italian Conversation (2.5)
LIIT 1BX. Analysis of Italian (2.5)

LIIT 1C. Italian Conversation (2.5)
LIIT 1CX. Analysis of Italian (2.5)

LTIT 2A. Intermediate Italian I (5)

LTIT 2B. Intermediate Italian II (5)

LTIT 50. Advanced Italian (4)

Minor Courses

Seven upper division courses, at least one course from three different areas (history, literature, visual arts, etc.).

Elective (area 1)

Elective (area 2)

Elective (area 3)





Minor Planning Guide [PDF]

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CAESAR Programs Coordinator


Andrianna Martinez

Humanities and Social Sciences Building, Room 1105

Walk-in Advising:
10:00-11:00 AM and 2:00-3:00 PM
and by appointment