Below are all courses the department offers.  Please check ConnectCarolina for the most up-to-date offerings.

The table below shows the General Education requirements (Foundations, Approaches and Connections) currently satisfied by the Italian courses offered in our Department.

FL (Foreign Language)ITAL 101
ITAL 102
ITAL 203
ITAL 401 (requires permission)
ITAL 402 (requires permission)
LA (Literary Arts)ITAL 240
ITAL 241
ITAL 242
ITAL 250
ITAL 340
ITAL 345
ITAL 370
ITAL 371
ITAL 382
HS (Historical Analysis)ITAL 330
ITAL 331
ITAL 343
ITAL 365
VP (Visual & Performing Arts)ITAL 333
ITAL 335
CI (Communication Intensive)ITAL 310
ITAL 337
EE (Experiential Education)ITAL 691H
ITAL 692H
US (US Diversity)ITAL 340
NA (North Atlantic World)ITAL 242
ITAL 250
ITAL 331
ITAL 333
ITAL 335
ITAL 340
ITAL 343
ITAL 345
ITAL 365
ITAL 370
WB (World Before 1750)ITAL 240
ITAL 241
ITAL 330
ITAL 370
Course Name
ITAL 398 Undergraduate Seminar in Italian
ITAL 401 Beginning Accelerated Italian
ITAL 402 Intermediate Advanced Italian
ITAL 503 Advanced Composition for Graduate Students
ITAL 511 Survey of Italian Literature and Culture I (to 1600)
ITAL 512 Survey of Italian Literature and Culture I (1600 to present)
ITAL 526 History of the Italian Language
ITAL 691H Honors Thesis
ITAL 692H Honors Thesis in Italian
ITAL 706 Proseminar
ITAL 731 Dante I
ITAL 732 Dante and the Languages of Hell
ITAL 751 Italian Renaissance Literature
ITAL 781 Italian Romanticism
ITAL 784 Italian Avant-Gardes and Neo-Avant-Gardes 20th Century
ITAL 830 Boccaccio's Cities