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  Dec 11, 2017
 
 
    
OHIO University Undergraduate Catalog 2008-09 [Archived Catalog]

Italian Studies Certificate Program


The Italian Studies Certificate is an interdisciplinary and complementary course of study open to students from any undergraduate degree. The aim of the Italian Studies Certificate is to provide an introduction to the rich and varied culture of Italy by exploring it through a variety of disciplines and subjects. These subjects include literature, history, archaeology, art, cinema, and political thought. Knowledge of the Italian language, both written and spoken, is important for an understanding of Italian culture and is therefore a core element to earning the certificate. The certificate requires 24 credits, which you must select from the following departments: Modern Languages, History, Classics, and Art History.

Required core classes (12 hours):


Electives (12 hours):


You must choose three elective courses from the following two groups (at least one course from each group) for a total of 12 credits.

Group 1:


Tier III:


Although they do not count toward certificate requirements, you are encouraged to select a Tier III from the following list: