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Subject Code - ITAL (Italian)

Students with Italian 11 or 12 or exposure to the Italian language or dialects must consult the Italian undergraduate advisor for placement in appropriate courses. Some 400-level ITAL courses may be taken as ITST courses and be conducted in English (see details below). Students completing a Minor in Italian or an Honours program in Romance Studies must take such courses as ITAL and will be expected to do their reading and assignments in the Italian language. Supplementary tutorials in Italian will be provided as needed for such courses. Credit in ITAL will preclude credit in ITST and vice versa. Note: The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is a reference tool developed by the Council of Europe to provide a common basis for the development of modern-language curriculum guidelines, examinations, textbooks, etc. It describes in a comprehensive way what language learners have to learn in order to use a language for communication and what knowledge and skills they have to develop so as to be able to do so effectively.

Course Title
ITAL 101First-Year Italian I
ITAL 102First-Year Italian II
ITAL 201Second-Year Italian I
ITAL 202Second-Year Italian II
ITAL 206Conversational Italian for Intermediate Learners
ITAL 301Third-Year Italian I
ITAL 302Third-Year Italian II
ITAL 303Italian Literature and Culture of the Medieval and Early Modern Period
ITAL 403Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy