Loyola University Chicago

Modern Languages and Literatures

Italian

Minor in Italian Language

A student pursuing the Minor in Italian Language should select six courses in consultation with the departmental advisor. Students with no background in Italian will begin the sequence with 101. Students with high school or other background language will be placed in Italian 102, 103 or 104.

Minor in Italian Language and Literature

A student pursuing the Minor in Italian Language and Literature is required to take six courses in Italian excluding 101 through 104. Students normally take 250, 251, 270, 271 and two courses at the 300 level. Students who are fluent in the language may begin the sequence at the 270-level with the chairperson's permission.

Declaring a Minor

Please log in to your LOCUS account to declare a minor in Italian. Visit http://www.luc.edu/hub/declaremajor.shtml for more information on how to add a minor in LOCUS. Upon declaring a minor, the student will be assigned a faculty advisor. Contact the Undergraduate Program Director in Italian, if questions or concerns arise.