Italian (University of Illinois - Chicago)
The Italian program at the University of Illinois, Chicago, provides students with an in-depth look at all aspects of the Italian language. From social communication to deeper linguistic constructs, this program was designed to be completed within four years and requires 120 credit hours to graduate.
The courses in this program begin with introductory elements of the Italian language, but progress to include a more comprehensive look at composition, cultural studies, and research in the field. Several courses deal with both modern and classical Italian literature, with the student gaining a thorough understanding of the Divina Commedia.
Students who complete an Italian program may find employment in several fields. Some may choose to pursue work as a translator, diplomat, tour guide or even language instructor. The coursework background in culture, media, politics and gender can provide academic qualifications for such positions. Studies abroad and volunteer positions can help with the experience needed for employment.Apply Now
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