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The world languages and cultures major with an Italian concentration is comprised of 12 courses (36 credits) including interdisciplinary course options in other departments like art, history and political science. All majors complete an experiential learning course (internship, service-learning, or travel-study project) and a senior seminar in which students complete a major research project on a topic of their choosing.

Students double-majoring in International Business (BSBA-International Business concentration) and World Languages and Cultures (BA-French, Italian or Spanish concentrations) may count twelve credits of IB major concentration courses towards the Interdisciplinary courses requirement of the WLC French, Italian or Spanish flowsheets. Six credits of advanced language courses may count towards both the WLC advanced language major requirement courses and the IB concentration electives. Visit the catalog for additional details.


Why Study Italian?

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