Knowledge of Italian is essential for the study of history, literature, music, art, business, economics, and political science. Italy is home to a rich heritage of Western culture and since the Middle Ages has been a world leader in literature, architecture, painting, sculpture, and music. More than 60 million people speak Italian, and with Italy as one of the top ten economies in the world many companies are seeking people who are fluent in Italian.

Department of French & Italian

Mandi Schoville,

Intro Classes:
ITALIAN 101: First Semester Italian or ITALIAN 201: Italian for Speakers of Other Romance Languages

Food Cultures of Italy is a First-year Interest Group (FIG) that explores the intersections between Italian food, culture, history, and literature. Students in this FIG enroll in Italian 101 (First Semester Italian).

Affordable non-credit language classes offered on campus in the evenings, on the weekends and in the summer. Learn more

Contact Mandi Schoville, for more information.