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MLIT 101: Introductory Italian I
This two-semester sequence is an introduction to the Italian language. The focus is on developing language proficiency in all four skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The sequence also introduces students to Italian cultures. Strongly recommended for prospective st...
Professors: Andrea C. Aloe; Demetrio S. Yocum; Julie A. Storme; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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MLIT 102: Introductory Italian II
This two-semester sequence is an introduction to the Italian language. The focus is on developing language proficiency in all four skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The sequence also introduces students to Italian cultures. Strongly recommended for prospective st...
Professors: Demetrio S. Yocum; Julie A. Storme; Linda F. Lucchesi; (more)
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MLIT 103: Italian Conversation & Read I
Designed to develop the ability to hold everyday conversation in Italian and to introduce the student to Italian culture. Strongly recommended for prospective students of the Saint Mary?s College Rome program.
Professors: Betta S. LoSardo; Demetrio S. Yocum; Robert D. Morse
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 1
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MLIT 104: Italian Conversation & Read II
Designed to develop the ability to hold everyday conversation in Italian and to introduce the student to Italian culture. Strongly recommended for prospective students of the Saint Mary?s College Rome program.
Professors: Betta S. LoSardo; Robert D. Morse
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MLIT 111: Intermediate Italian
This course is a continuation of MLIT 101-102 and is designed to develop an intermediate proficiency in Italian focusing on all four skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Emphasis is also placed on Italian culture. Prerequisite: MLIT 102 or equivalent, or the requisi...
Professors: Nancy L. D'Antuono; Robert D. Morse; Umberto Taccheri
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 4
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MLIT 123: Interm Italian Conversation I
Designed to develop conversational Italian and to explore Italian culture. Strongly recommended for prospective students of the Saint Mary?s Rome program. Required for students enrolled in MLIT 111 who have been accepted into the Rome Program.
Professors: Betta S. LoSardo; Demetrio S. Yocum
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 1
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MLIT 210: Italian Language & Lit
Designed to introduce the student to the basic literary genres while expanding upon the language skills acquired in MLIT 111 Intermediate Italian.
Professors: Demetrio S. Yocum; Peter Checca; Robert D. Morse; (more)
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MLIT 303: Intro to Italian Literature I
Introduces students to Italian literature through 1700 and to the major literary movements and works in the vernacular that established Italy's place in world literature. Prereq: MLIT 111
Professors: Umberto Taccheri
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MLIT 306: Advanced Italian Conversation
Designed to develop the accuracy and fluency of the student?s spoken and written Italian. Writing skills will be developed through the practice of writing as process and the study of Italian vocabulary and structure. May be repeated once for credit if taken during study abroad.
Professors: Robert D. Morse; Umberto Taccheri
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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MLIT 310: Advanced Italian Grammar
The primary objective of this course is to review the most salient and difficult points of Italian grammar. Prerequisite: MLIT 112 or MLIT 210 or equivalent or permission of the department.
Professors: Nancy L. D'Antuono; Peter Checca; Umberto Taccheri
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