Minors

ITALIAN MINOR

CLASSES MATRICULATING PRIOR TO 2014

Prerequisite: Italian 3
The minor in Italian consists of six courses above the level of Italian 5. The minor must include Italian 10. With the approval of the Italian Minor Advisor, Italian 10 may be counted for credit toward the minor twice, provided the course topics are different. Two of the courses offered on the Dartmouth L.S.A.+ in Italy may count toward the minor. A maximum of one transfer course may count toward the minor.

CLASSES MATRICULATING 2014 OR AFTER

Prerequisite: Italian 8 or 9
All students wishing to minor in Italian must have completed Italian 8 on campus or through the L.S.A. + program in Rome or Italian 9 on campus. An Italian minor consists of six courses numbered Italian 10 or above, at least three of which must be numbered above Italian 15. With the approval of the Italian Major Advisor, Italian 10 may be counted for credit toward the major twice, provided the course topics are different. Two of the Italian L.S.A.+ courses (Italian 10 and Italian 12) may count toward the minor. The minor must include Italian 10, at least one course from the pre-1800 period, and at least one course from the post-1800 period.

Italian Minor Advisor

Professor Nancy Canepa
337 Dartmouth Hall
Nancy.L.Canepa

FRENCH MINOR

CLASSES GRADUATING IN 2017

The minor in French consists of six courses. The minor must include: either French 6 or French 8; French 10; one of the following: French 21, French 22, French 23, French 24, French 25; and three other advanced courses above the level of French 10. Among the courses taken on campus, at least one course must treat literature from before the nineteenth century, and at least one course must treat literature from the nineteenth century to the present. Two of the courses offered on the Dartmouth L.S.A.+ and/or F.S.P. in France may count toward the minor. French 10 may be counted toward the minor only once. Students who are exempted from French 8 may replace it with another advanced course. A maximum of one transfer course may count toward the minor.
 

CLASSES GRADUATING 2018 AND AFTER

The prerequisite for the French minor is French 8 (or French 6 with permission of the minor advisor).  The minor consists of six courses, which must include: French 10; at least one of the following: French 20, French 21, French 22, French 23, French 24, French 25; and four other advanced courses above the level of French 10.  Among the courses taken on campus, at least one course must treat literature from before the nineteenth century, and at least one must treat literature from the nineteenth century to the present.  Two of the courses offered on the Dartmouth L.S.A.+ and/or F.S.P. in France may count toward the minor.  French 10 may be counted toward the minor only once.  A maximum of one transfer course may count toward the minor.

French Minor Advisor

Professor Keith Walker
201A Dartmouth Hall
Keith L. Walker