Introductory proficiency-based course which prepares students to understand, speak, read, and write in culturally authentic contexts. Activities are conducted in Italian.
For students with no prior experience. Structured to take advantage of living in a Italian environment. Students wishing to supplement their language acquisition and experiential learning may also take the optional two-credit 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