Secondary Major/Minor Requirements

At a Glance

For a secondary major in Italian Studies, a student needs to take 8 advanced courses chosen from the list below.

For a minor in Italian, a student needs to take any 4 advanced Italian courses.

Requirements for a Secondary Major in Italian Studies

Thirty semester hours including the following:

  1. Twenty-four semester hours of Italian with eighteen of these at the 3000-4000 level
  2. A maximum of six semester hours selected from the following options: ANT 4341; ART 3353 (CLA 3353); ART 3357; ART 3361 (CLA 3361); ART 4365; ART 4366; ART 4367; ART 4368 (CLA 4368); ART 4369 (CLA 4369); ART 4370; CLA 3301; GTX 4330; HIS 4324; MUS 4325 OR six additional semester hours of Italian at the 3000 or 4000 level. Prerequisites to these courses will be waived for students in the Italian Studies program.
  3. Secondary Majors in Italian will receive six hours of credit for the two courses at the 2000 level. ITA 1301 or 1302 will not apply as electives on the 30 hours required in the major.

(See Course Listings)

Requirements for a Minor in Italian

Eighteen semester hours, including twelve at the 3000 or 4000 level.

(See Course Listings)

Recommended electives: any other language, linguistics, English, art, history.

If you want to declare a minor in Italian, click here!

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Cristian Bratu

Cristian_Bratu@baylor.edu

Tel: (254)710-4225

or

Dr. Julia Kisacky

Julia_Kisacky@baylor.edu

Tel: (254) 710-4528