Minor in Italian
The Italian minor consists of up to 14 units of lower-division and from 6 to 12 units of upper-division coursework. Students must complete the lower-division sequence - or the equivalent - prior to beginning upper-division coursework. The program may waive some or all lower-division requirements if the student demonstrates appropriate competency through advising, by taking a placement test, or by having taken the equivalent coursework elsewhere. Regardless of placement, however, students must pass a minimum of 12 units to successfully complete the minor; this might involve taking more upper-division electives. At least 50% of the units for the Italian Minor need to be taken in residence at SFSU. For advising about placement, contact the Italian program coordinator at email@example.com
Program Learning Outcomes
- Language. Students will read, listen, speak, and write in Italian at an intermediate to advanced-intermediate level.
- Linguistics. Students will identify the basic grammatical structures and elements of Italian.
- Culture. Students will be familiar with Italian historical and cultural developments in an international context.
- Literature. Students will be familiar with Italian literary production in an international context.
Italian Minor — 12-20 units
A minimum of 6 upper-division units are required to complete the minor.
All coursework used to satisfy the requirements of the minor must be completed with a minimum grade point average of 2.0.
Lower-Division Core (0-14 units)
|First Semester Italian 1
|Second Semester Italian 1
|Third Semester Italian 1
These courses can be fulfilled through AP test credit.
Electives (6-12 units)
Electives can include any upper-division course in Italian (ITAL prefix) or a related area selected upon advisement.