|Tuition & Financial Aid|
|College of Arts & Sciences|
|Boler School of Business|
|Preparing for Postgraduate Study|
|Academic Departments and Programs|
| Faculty and
UNDERGRADUATE BULLETIN 2005 - 2007
Italian Studies Concentration
Developed by the Bishop Anthony M. Pilla Program in Italian-American Studies, this concentration seeks to foster an appreciation of Italian and Italian-American history and culture. Students are exposed to the major intellectual, artistic, and cultural contributions that Italians and Italian-Americans have made throughout history as they complete 21 credit hours of approved coursework. Six of these credit hours must be in Italian language (2 IT courses at the 200 level or above), while 6 hours complete the Italian-American culture requirement (ML 260 plus one course from ML 265, ML 270 and HS 342) and 9 hours complete the Italian culture requirement (3 courses from HS 405, 411; AH 303, 430; ML 275, 280, 285, 350). Additional courses that satisfy these requirements are designated each semester by the Italian Studies Committee.
Coordinator: Dr. Santa Casciani, Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures, and Director, Bishop Pilla Program in Italian American Studies.
John Carroll University — 20700 North Park Blvd — University Heights, OH 44118 — Tel: 216.397.1886 — Admission: 216.397.4294