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Italian



Undergraduate Officer
G. Niccoli, St. Jerome's College, 884-8110

Courses not offered in the current academic year are listed at the end of this section.

THE FOLLOWING COURSES ARE ADMINISTERED BY ST. JEROME'S COLLEGE.

ITAL100S

ITAL 101 F,W 3C,1L 0.5
Introduction to Italian Language 1
An intensive study of the fundamentals of grammar and conversation. The language laboratory will be used.

ITAL 102 W 3C,1L 0.5
Introduction to Italian Language 2
A continuation of ITAL 101, with more emphasis on conversation and everyday uses of language.
Prereq: ITAL 101 or consent of instructor

ITAL200S

ITAL 201 F 3C,1L 0 5
Intermediate Italian 1
Advanced study of grammar. Conversation sessions based on intermediate-level readings reflecting contemporary Italian life. Intensive practice in the spoken and written language.
Prereq: ITAL 101/102 or consent of instructor
Antireq: ITAL 191

ITAL 202 W 3C,1L 0.5
Intermediate Italian 2
A continuation of ITAL 201.
Prereq: ITAL 201 or consent of instructor
Antireq: ITAL 192

ITAL 251 F 3C 0.5
Italian Conversation and Composition 1
This course offers extensive practice in idiomatic spoken and written language. Conversation will be based on social, political and cultural aspects of Italian life.
Prereq: ITAL 201/202 or consent of instructor (replaces former prereq ITAL 191/192)

ITAL 252 W 3C 0.5
Italian Conversation and Composition 2
A continuation of ITAL 251 with more emphasis on composition based on articles from present day newspapers and magazines.
Prereq: ITAL 251 or consent of instructor

ITAL 291 F 3C 0.5
Italian Culture and Civilization 1
A survey of developments in Italian culture - history, literature and the arts - up to and including the Renaissance.
Prereq: Second-year standing
Taught in English

ITAL 292 W 3C 0.5
Italian Culture and Civilization 2
A survey of developments in Italian culture - history, literature, painting, and music - in the post-Renaissance period, with emphasis on modern Italy.
Prereq: Second-year standing
Taught in English.

ITAL300S

ITAL 311 W 2S 0.5
Medieval Italian Literature
An introduction to the Italian literature of the Middle Ages, with special reference to selections from the major works by Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio.
Prereq: ITAL 201/202 or consent of instructor (replaces former prereq ITAL 191/192)

ITAL 396 F R 0.5
Special Topics/Directed Readings
This course gives the student an opportunity to study authors and works of special interest which are not covered in other courses.
Prereq: Consent of instructor

ITAL 397 W R 0.5
Special Topics/Directed Readings
Winter term of ITAL 396.

Courses not offered 1995-96
ITAL 312 Renaissance Italian Literature
ITAL 391 The Modern Italian Novel
ITAL 392 Modern Italian Poetry

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