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ITALĀ 101. Elementary Italian I. 4 hours.

Exposure to multiple, basic textual and aural genres and socio-cultural situations to familiarize students with contemporary life in the Italian-speaking world. Course Information: No credit given if the student has credit in ITAL 102 or ITAL 103 or ITAL 104; or has completed any 200-, 300-, 400-, or 500-level Italian language courses; or has placed into ITAL 102 or above. This is a blended-online and classroom course. Use of computer and internet access is required. A high speed connection, while not required, is strongly suggested. Class Schedule Information: During the fall and spring terms, combined section final exam will be held on Monday of finals week from 6 to 8 p.m.

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...4-6 ITAL 101 , ITAL 102 (8 hours) Standard Level 7 ITAL 102 , ITAL 103...