Italian 301, Italian for Reading Knowledge is a 3-credit course conducted in English that provides students with reading knowledge of Italian. It is intended for anyone with little or no knowledge of Italian who wishes to develop proficiency in reading Italian texts, including graduate students who seek to fulfill language reading requirements. The content of the course includes detailed grammar study and graded readings from appropriate various types, concentrated on those most relevant to humanities, social sciences, and current events. It does not count for the Italian major nor as a language credit, but satisfies intermediate LAS credit.
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.