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ITAL 3389 Italian for Business and Travel (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

Italy is one of the leading economic powers of Europe and most popular tourist destinations. This course is designed to help those contemplating a visit to Italy or a career involving the Italian business world to develop the necessary skills (reading, writing, and oral communication) and cultural background. The course will also be useful to those who simply seek to improve their command of Italian and acquaint themselves better with the culture of contemporary Italy, especially the practicalities of daily life: traveling by train or air, using banks, making hotel reservations, reading newspapers, etc.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Franco Mormando

Prerequisites: ITAL2214 or equivalent, or by permission of instructor.

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Comments: Conducted in Italian
Elective for Italian major or minor. Satisfies Foreign Language Proficiency core requirement.


Last Updated: 06-Mar-14