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ITALIAN (IT)

Professor Maurizio Godorecci, Advisor
Office: 223 B. B. Comer Hall

IT 101 Introductory Italian I. Four hours.

Five hours of instruction per week. The course is the first semester of college-level language study. Offered each semester.

IT 102 Introductory Italian II. Four hours.

Prerequisite: IT 101 with a grade of "C" or higher.

Five hours of instruction per week. The course is the second semester of college-level language study. Offered each semester.

IT 201 Intermediate Italian I. Three hours.

Prerequisite: IT 102.

Basic grammar review, development of writing skills, and introduction to literature. Offered each fall.

IT 202 Intermediate Italian II. Three hours.

Prerequisite: IT 201.

Basic grammar review, development of writing skills, and introduction to literature. Offered each spring.

IT 353 Italian Conversation. Three hours.

Prerequisite or corequisite: IT 202.

Development of conversational skills through role-playing, oral presentations, and vocabulary building.

IT 356 Advanced Grammar and Composition. Three hours.

Prerequisite: IT 202.

A combined writing theory and writing skills course focusing upon more advanced notions of Italian grammar and on the development of techniques for written expression.

IT 361 Introduction to Romance Linguistics (also FR 361, SP 361). Three hours.

Prerequisite: Any 202-level foreign language course, or equivalent language proficiency and permission of the instructor.

Introduction to linguistic science and its use in describing language in general and the Romance languages in particular.

IT 364 Masterpieces of Italian Literature. Three hours.

Prerequisite: IT 202.

Study of selected major works of Italian literature without restriction as to literary period or genre.

IT 380 Special Topics. Three hours.

Prerequisite: IT 202.

The subject matter varies. The course may be repeated for credit.

IT 480 Special Topics. Three hours.

Prerequisite: IT 356, or equivalent language proficiency and/or permission of the instructor.

The subject matter varies. The course may be repeated for credit. Offered according to demand.

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