Program Goals

The Italian studies at Marquette offers students valuable linguistic and cultural experience. From the Romans to the present, Italy’s contribution to the most disparate artistic fields (from music to dance, art, architecture, theater, literature and film) as well as in philosophy, theology and the sciences has been both qualitatively and quantitatively impressive. As academia moves more and more toward an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning, research in Italian studies can profitably be combined with many other and diverse academic disciplines. 

Program Information

  • Italian Courses
  • Faculty

Elementary and intermediate level language courses are offered in Italian as well as courses taught in English about culture, civilization and literature. For Italian courses and descriptions please visit the Marquette Undergraduate Bulletin.


Additional Information

For more information on Italian courses, please visit the Marquette Undergraduate Bulletin.