The Piana del Cansiglio

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Courses in Italian that meet the Miami Plan

CAS-A Requirement

ITL 101 Beginner's Course I (4)
ITL 102 Beginner's Course II (4)
ITL 201 Second-Year Italian I (3)
ITL 202 Second-Year Italian II (3)

ITL 205.W Intensive Intermediate Italian (8)
ITL 305.W Intensive Advanced Italian (8)

CAS-B Requirement

ITL 221 Italy, Matrix of Civilization (3)
ITL 222 Italian American Culture (3)
ITL 262 Italian Cinema (3)
ITL 301 Introduction to Italian Literature I (3)
ITL 302 Introduction to Italian Literature II (3)
ITL 364 From Marco Polo to Machiavelli (3)
ITL 401 Dante's Divine Comedy (3)

Foundation IIB (Humanities)

ITL 221 Italy, Matrix of Civilization (3)
ITL 222 Italian American Culture (3)

Foundation IIIB (Global Courses)

ITL 221 Italy, Matrix of Civilization (3)
ITL 222 Italian American Culture (3)

Historical Perspective

ITL 221 Italy, Matrix of Civilization (3)
ITL 222 Italian American Culture (3)

Thematic Sequences

ITL 1 Italy in the Renaissance.

Analyzes the vital role Italy has played in the birth and evolution of modern Western culture in the humanities, arts, sciences, and political thought. Develops analytical skills by viewing Italian culture from a variety of disciplinary angles and over a broad span of time. Promotes a critical understanding of the rich artistic, literary, and intellectual heritage of the culture that laid the foundation for the European Renaissance and the modern period. Select three of the following courses in any order:

ARC 405.E - Renaissance Architecture (3)
ART 481 - Italian Renaissance (3)
ENG/ITL 364 - From Marco Polo to Machiavelli (3)
ENG/ITL 401 - Dante's Divine Comedy (3)
HST 315 - The Renaissance (3)
HST 452 - Florence in the Time of the Republic 1250-1530 (3).

Note: Nine hours minimum must be taken outside your department of major.

FRE 3 European Cinema.

Explores, questions, and seeks to provide a cross-cultural understanding of the historical, ideological, artistic, and social issues that inform European culture through a critical analysis of the major films of countries that have played an important role both in the birth and development of cinematic art and in shaping the modern world: France, Germany, Italy, and the Soviet Union.

FST 201 - Introduction to Film Criticism and History (MPF) (3) or
ITS 201 -  Introduction to International Studies (MPF) (3)
 
Two from the following:
GER 261 - A Survey of German Cinema (3)
FST/ITL 262 - Italian Cinema (3)
RUS 263 - Soviet Cinema (3)
FRE 366 - French Cinema in Translation (3)

Note: Nine hours minimum must be taken outside your department of major.

Capstone

ITL 420 Senior Capstone in Italian Studies and Writing Workshop (3)