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1401 Elementary Italian TCCNS: ITAL 1411
Introduction to the Italian language and culture: pronunciation, grammar, reading of simple texts and conversation.

1402 Elementary Italian TCCNS: ITAL 1412
Prerequisite(s): ITA 1401 or two units of high school Italian.
Continuation of ITA 1401.

2310 Intermediate Italian
Prerequisite(s): ITA 1401 and 1402 or three units of high school Italian.
Conversation, composition, cultural readings, and grammar review.

2320 Intermediate Italian
Prerequisite(s): ITA 1401, 1402, and 2310 or four units of high school Italian.
Continuation of ITA 2310.

3301 Advanced Italian Grammar
Prerequisite(s): ITA 2320 or consent of instructor.
Review of problematic grammar and the study of advanced structures in complex communication.

3302 Italian Conversation, Reading, and Composition
Prerequisite(s): ITA 2320 or consent of instructor.
Development of communication skills through the study of Italian civilization, culture, and selected works of literature.

3310 Introduction to Italian Literature
Prerequisite(s): ITA 2320 or consent of instructor.
Introduction to Italian Literature through the study of selected works. 

3320 Conversation & Composition in Tuscany
Prerequisite(s): ITA 2320 or consent of Baylor in Tuscany director.
Further development of oral and written skills within the context of the Baylor in Tuscany program.

3330 Italian Through Film
Prerequisite(s): ITA 2320 or consent of instructor.
Development of communication skills through viewing and discussing Italian movies. 

3342 Giro d'Italia: Regions of Italy
Prerequisite(s): ITA 2320 or consent of instructor.
The geographic, historical, cultural, and economic aspects of Italy's regions.

3348 Florence and Its Cultural Treasures
Prerequisite(s): ITA 2320 or consent of Baylor in Tuscany director.
The history and cultural heritage of Florence, from antiquity to the present, within the context of the Baylor in Tuscany program.

3V70 Special Problems 1 to 3 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): ITA 2320 or consent of instructor.
Independent study in Italian language or literature. With content changed, this course may be repeated once for credit.