Italian Minor

Students interested in a minor in Italian are asked to contact one of the advisors in Hagerty Hall, Room 355 for information about the minor.  Students should also file the Minor form with their college office. 

The minor in Italian consists of 15 hours of course work beyond 1103 or 5101. All courses are three credits unless otherwise indicated. 

Italian minors must take four courses taught in the Italian language. These courses must include Italian 2102 or a 3000-level course, and at least one 4000-level or above course taught in Italian. In addition, students take one course taught in English (see list below).

Up to 6 credits of 3798.01 or 5797 (study abroad)  may be counted toward the minor. However, all minors must take 2102 or one 3000-level course, and at least one 4000-level or above course taught in Italian.

Up to 3 credits of any combination of 2193, 2194, or 5193 and up to 6 credits of 5194 may be counted toward the minor provided that they are taught in the Italian language.

Up to 3 credits of 4998 (or 4998H) may be counted toward the minor provided that the research is in the Italian language.

If you complete the minor following these guidelines, you need only file your Minor Program Form with your college office.  Any variation from the program described here needs the approval of the appropriate advisor in the Department of French and Italian or one of the advisors in Hagerty Hall, Room 355.

Prerequisites (not credited toward the undergraduate major or minor):

Italian 1103 or 5101
Required course: Italian 2102

Options for courses taught in Italian:

Italian 2193, 2194, 3103, 3220, 3221, 3222, 3223, 3224, 3331, 3332, 3798.01, 4223, 4224, 4225, 4330, 4998, 4998H, 5193, 5194, 5797.

After studying abroad students often return with advanced languages skills. Students must receive the permission of the instructor to take the following courses:
Italian 8221, 8222, 8223, 8241, 8231, 8232, 8233, 8242, 8243, 8244, 8245, 8246.

Options for courses taught in English:

Choose one from either of  the following categories: courses taught in English that also satisfy a GE requirement: Italian 2051, 2052, 2053, 2054, 2055
courses taught in English that do not satisfy a GE requirement: Italian 5051

Italian minor program guidelines

Credit hours required: a minimum of 15 credit hours.

1000 level courses shall not be counted toward the 15 credit hour minimum.

At least 6 credit hours must be upper-level courses.

Transfer credit hours allowed: No more than six (6) credit hours required for the minor.

Overlap with the GE Permitted, no more than 6 credit hours. 

Overlap with the major and additional minor(s) 

• The minor must be in a different subject than the major.
• The minor must contain a minimum of 12 hours distinct from the major and/or additional minor(s). 

Grades required:

Minimum C- for a course to be listed on the minor.
Minimum 2.00 cumulative point-hour ratio required for the minor.
Course work graded Pass/Non-Pass cannot count on the minor. 

Approval required: The minor course work must be approved by a college/school counselor.

Filing the minor program form: the minor program form must be filed at least by the time the graduation application is submitted to a college/school counselor.

Changing the minor: once the minor program is filed in the college office, any changes must be approved by the Department of French and Italian or one of the advisors in Hagerty Hall, Room 355.

 

College of Arts and Sciences  -  Curriculum and Assessment Services
154 Denney Hall,164 W. 17th Ave.    (artsandscience.osu.edu)

(Revision approved 12-8-14)

For more info or to declare a major or a minor, contact Andy Spencer

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