Requirements: 6 courses
Overall, at least 3 of the 6 courses must be taught in Italian or taken concurrently with an Italian preceptorial or ITALIAN 370T tutorial. See Italian course offerings.
At least 1 course from the following areas:
Either of the following Italian language courses below the the 300 level may be counted towards the minor:
- ITALIAN 203 - Intermediate Italian
- ITALIAN 213A - Accelerated Intermediate Italian
Study Option: Duke-approved courses taught in Italian in Study Abroad Programs may also count towards this minor concentration.
Students are strongly urged to study abroad since this is the best way to achieve language proficiency and to acquire knowledge of a country’s culture. Courses taken abroad count toward the core and/or related courses as follows:
Duke-Administered Semester Programs in English (Duke in Florence; Duke in Venice) Minor: A maximum of one course may be counted toward the core-course requirement.
Duke-Administered Summer Programs in the language (Duke in Bologna) Minor: Two courses may be counted.
Duke-Administered Summer Programs in English (Duke in Venice) Minor: One course may be counted toward the core-course requirement.
Non-Duke-Administered Semester Programs in Italy (All courses taught entirely in Italian) Minor: A maximum of two courses per semester may be counted.
Non-Duke-Administered Semester Programs in Italy where not all courses are taught in Italian Minor: A maximum of one course per semester may be counted.
Non-Duke-Administered Summer Programs (Courses taught in Italian) Minor: One course may be counted.