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Full-Time Italian Faculty Coordinator Monica Stellin—mstellin@wlu.ca

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ITALIAN MINOR

Department of

Languages & Literatures

Department of Languages & Literatures Location: 4th Floor Bricker Academic Building Administrative Office: BA405 For more information please contact: Marjana Bilandzic—Admin Assistant Department of Languages & Literatures Phone: (519)884-0710 ext.2398 E-mail: mbilandzic@wlu.ca Office: BA405

Wilfrid Laurier University Department of Languages & Literatures 75 University Ave W Waterloo, ON, N2L 3C5 (519)884-0710 ext.2398 (519)884-7369 FAX E-mail: langandlit@wlu.ca wlu.ca/arts/langlit

Galileo Chini, “Primavera” (1918)

Course Requirements: Requirements for the Italian Minor are IT101, IT102, IT201, IT202 and any two of the following: IT322, IT324, IT395 IT399, IT251 (St. Jerome, UW). It is strongly recommended that students take LL200 and LL201. The Minor in Italian offers the possibility to obtain a working knowledge of the language while presenting students with a cultural understanding of Italy. Italian could be used as a component of the Honours BA in Languages, as language III or as part of the Mediterranean Studies program.

Course Offerings in 2013-2014 IT101Introduction to Italian IT102 Introduction to Italian II

HBA in LANGUAGES Requirement with ITALIAN as Language III: 2.0 credits in Italian

IT201 Intermediate Italian I IT202 Intermediate Italian II IT395E Dante’s Divine Comedy

Why study ITALIAN at Wilfrid Laurier? In learning how to communicate and interact in a contemporary language, you will be acquiring practical skills, relevant in any career. Effective language skills will be enriched by a well-grounded knowledge and understanding of Italian society and culture, useful in any personal or working situation.

Third Year Abroad Program A Third Year Abroad Program can be arranged through Laurier International at the Università degli Studi di Udine, in Udine and Università Carlo Cattaneo—LIUC, in Castellanza (VA), Italy.

You will have the opportunity to participate in exchange programs with the Italian universities of Cattaneo (near Milan) or Udine. For most courses, faculty members will make use of advanced multimedia classrooms, providing students with a unique chance to benefit from an interactive learner-centred experience.


Italian brochure 2013