For a minor in Italian, students complete ITAL:202 and three 300-level courses. For a major, students complete ITAL:202 and 24 credits at the 300- and 400-level; one course in European history; a semester abroad in Italy; and the capstone, which is composed of two elements: (1) a 400-level course typically taken during the senior year and (2) a language proficiency evaluation in their final semester.