The table below includes only the discipline-specific courses. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for information on the Honours bachelor's with double major and the Honours bachelor's with major and minor.
Major in Italian Language and Culture
|ITA1911||Cours élémentaire d'italien I / Elementary Italian I||3|
|ITA1912||Cours élémentaire d'italien II / Elementary Italian II||3|
|ITA2911||Cours intermédiaire d'italien I / Intermediate Italian I||3|
|ITA2912||Cours intermédiaire d'italien II / Intermediate Italian II||3|
|ITA3911||Cours avancé d'italien I / Advanced Italian I||3|
|ITA3912||Cours avancé d'italien II / Advanced Italian II||3|
9 optional course credits in Italian (ITA)
6 optional course credits in Italian (ITA) at the 3000 level
6 optional course credits in Italian (ITA) at the 4000 level
Mandatory requirement: Immersion stay abroad
A minimum of 12 course credits will be taken abroad in a university where Italian is the language of teaching and study. The University of Ottawa will establish Italian (ITA) course equivalencies. The foreign university and the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures will establish jointly a bank of courses from which students will choose the credits to take.
1) must have completed ITA3911 and (ITA1113 or ITA2113);
2) must have a minimal cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 4.5;
3) must not be on probation;
4) must take a minimum of 12 credits or the equivalent abroad.
Students will receive a total of $2000 in funding (i.e. a $1000 mobility scholarship from the International Office and $1000 from the Faculty of Arts).