Italian Language and Culture Minor

The Italian Language and Culture Studies minor provides students with a practical and marketable command of the Italian language, as well as a cultural understanding, both important tools in today’s global world. Proficiency in Italian language and culture equips students for jobs, which can be found in education, international business and international law. The modern nation of Italy plays a significant role in European finance, culture, and politics; thus, students in pre-professional as well as academic programs are attracted to this minor. Italian culture enjoys great prestige in view of its historical contributions to the fine arts, architecture, literature, political theory, and cinema, and many students regard Italy as an attractive destination for foreign study abroad and travel.


Elementary and intermediate level language courses are offered in Italian as well as courses taught in English about culture, civilization and literature. Some courses you’ll take as an Italian Language and Culture Studies minor:

For a complete listing of required courses for the program in Italian Language and Culture Studies, please visit the Marquette University Online Bulletin at this link.