This 20-credit minor within the Modern Languages and Cultures program combines well with nearly every choice of Arcadia major and a student’s desire to attain language skills for a career and life beyond America.
What to Expect
- Intermediate level studies in Italian language, conversation, and culture
- Low enrollment classes with experienced language professors, and computer-assisted practice
- Opportunity to study abroad to enhance a major field of study while strengthening language and cultural appreciation skills
- Italian language minors distinguish themselves among their business, governmental, healthcare, communications, and hospitality colleagues with their language skill and cultural understanding of Italy
- Art, food, fashion, history, international business and government relations, and publishing fields all have opportunities for trained speakers of Italian
Requirements for the Minor in Italian
Students entering at a level higher than 102 should consult with the Department Chair concerning their course selection for the minor. It is highly encouraged that students spend a semester in Italy in order to meet this requirement.
Up to one course in English with a cultural content related to the language being studied may be counted toward the minor.