The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers primary majors in French, Italian, Spanish, or in modern languages (a combination of two of the following languages: French, German, Italian, Russian, or Spanish). Students in each of the majors are required to complete 42 credits in courses above the elementary level. Students beginning their major at a level higher than intermediate or advanced may waive three or six credits with the permission of the department. Those majoring in modern languages will complete 24 credits in a major language and 18 in a secondary language, all credits above the elementary level. The department also offers secondary majors. Students that elect to have either French, Italian or Spanish as a secondary major will complete 36 credits in courses above the elementary level. Students who elect modern languages as a secondary major have the same requirements as in a primary major, 24 credits in a major language and 18 credits in a secondary language.
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| ITAL 2001-2002
|| Intermediate I-II
| ITAL 3001-3002
|| Language, culture, or literature electives above the advanced level: Students may choose from courses in conversation, film, special topics, civilization, business or literature.
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