Thomas Jefferson, Shakespeare, Molière, Mozart, Goethe, Audrey Hepburn. What do they have in common? They all spoke Italian. It’s easy to imagine why. Italy is the home of ancient Rome, once the political power of the world; the Vatican, the spiritual center of Europe; Florence, the birthplace of the Renaissance; and Milan, the musical capital of the world. Understanding Italian now opens doors in the art, cinema, fashion and food industries.
If you are considering working in international business, tourism, fashion, publications, museums, diplomacy, education, social work, history, or even law or medicine, and if you are ready to make a commitment to distinguish yourself from others, then consider studying Italian at Seton Hall. Our mission: To spark your imagination, to help you gain fluency, and to immerse you in Italian language and culture by meeting other people and exploring the diversity of culture. Becoming an Italian major at Seton Hall opens doors to opportunities such as scholarships, studying abroad in Rome, business connections, internships and more.