Minors

Please note that whether or not students have an individual advisor, all minor plans and subsequent changes must be approved by the French or Italian Minor Advisor.

ITALIAN MINOR - For students graduating in or after 2019

  • Prerequisite: Complete ITAL 8 through the Italian L.S.A.+ or ITAL 9 on campus
  • Course requirements for the minor in Italian:
    • 6 courses numbered ITAL 10 or above, excluding ITAL 11 (***see the exceptions below.)
      • 3 of the 6 must be numbered above ITAL 12.
      • 3 of the 6 may be numbered Ital 12 or below.
      • Ital 10 is required for the minor and may be taken on campus or on the L.S.A.+.  With the approval of the Italian Minor Advisor, ITAL 10 may be counted toward the minor twice, provided the course topics are different.
      • Along with ITAL 10 on the LSA+, ITAL 12 taken on the L.S.A.+ may count toward the minor. 
      • ***If ITAL 9 is taken on campus and Ital 8 is taken on the L.S.A.+, ITAL 8 will count as fulfilling the prerequisite for the minor and Ital 9 may count toward the minor.
      • ***ITAL 6 taken on the Italian L.S.A. may count toward the minor
    • Of the 3 of the 6 courses required for the minor that must be numbered above ITAL 12:
      • One must be a course from the pre-1800 period (ITAL 21, ITAL 22, ITAL 23, ITAL 33, ITAL 34).
      • One must be a course from the post-1800 period (ITAL 15, ITAL 24, ITAL 25, ITAL 35, FRIT 93).
      • FRIT and Italian courses taught in English (ITAL 33, ITAL 34, ITAL 35, ITAL 37, FRIT 93) may count toward the minor if the student attends a weekly x-hour and does the reading and all written work in Italian. 

Italian Minor Advisor

Professor Nancy Canepa
337 Dartmouth Hall
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FRENCH MINOR

Prerequisite: French 8. 

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, excluding French 15, which does not count toward the major, and French 11.  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.  French 6, taken on the French L.S.A., may count toward the minor.  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.  FRIT courses taught in English (see French and Italian in Translation) may count toward the minor if the student attends a weekly x-hour and does the reading and all of the written work in French.  A maximum of one transfer course may count toward the minor.  The French minor plan must be approved by the French Minor Advisor.

French Minor Advisor

Professor Kathleen Wine
341 Dartmouth Hall
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