The minor in Italian Studies involves course work in Italian language, culture, and civilization, and may be obtained by taking 18 hours of intermediate-level courses at Meredith, a CRC institution, and/or through study abroad.

Italian Studies Minor – 18 hours

ITA – 205Intermediate Italian I (3 cr.)
ITA – 206Intermediate Italian II (3 cr.)
Electives chosen from the following (12 credits)
ART – 221Survey Western Art: Ancient-Early Renaissance (3 cr.)
ART – 222Survey Western Art: High Renaissance-Modern (3 cr.)
ART – 323Topics in Art History (3 cr.)
IDS – 202Italy Today (3 cr.)
IDS – 300Arts, Artifacts & Culture-Europe (3 cr.)
RES – 387Age of Renaissance/Reformation (3 cr.)
OR
HIS – 387Age of Renaissance/Reformation (3 cr.)
THE – 316History of Theatre Classic-Romance (3 cr.)
MUS – 455Opera Workshop (2 cr.)
WLC – 285Italian Cuisine and Culture (3 cr.)
Electives approved by Department
Some courses must be taken either at North Carolina State University or through study abroad.


Curriculum requirements and course descriptions are subject to changes with each catalogue.

Contact Information
Veronique Machelidon
Associate Professor of World Languages and Cultures; Department Head
109 Martin Hall
machelidonv@meredith.edu
(919) 760-8420
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