Conducted in Italian. Proficiency-based, for students with no prior experience. Prepares students in written and spoken language. Structured to take advantage of living in a Italian environment. This course meets six hours per week throughout the semester. Co-req: ITA 117 (LAC-Community and Culture I). Students cannot enroll in ITA 101 after successfully completing ITA 102, ITA 201, or ITA 202 or higher.
Semesters: Fall, Spring