The Italian Studies Program provides learners with the opportunity to achieve competence in spoken and written Italian, in understanding Italian literature and culture, and in applying these linguistic, literary, and cultural skills to the study of other disciplines. The Program promotes independent thinking and innovative undergraduate research so that students may pursue specific personal and professional goals while preparing to succeed in the global community.
B.A. in Modern Languages and Culture, Primary Language Italian. The degree program prepares students in the language and explores the literature, art, history and politics of Italy and its contributions to world cultures. The program provides the basis for a lifetime of personal inquiry. There are three Concentrations available in the Program. The Concentrations complement the primary program and provide knowledge that is an invaluable asset to students working in the globalized marketplace.
The B.A. in Modern Language and Culture with a primary language in Italian has three concentrations to choose from:
A double major in Italian Studies consists of 21 hours of upper-level Italian courses in addition to the requirements for the first major. In many courses of study, a majority of these courses can be used in Related Studies and General Electives.
The Italian Club at Kennesaw State University is a student run organization that unites students with a common interest in the Italian language and culture and provides opportunities to further this educational enlightenment by organizing events both on and off campus.