Italian at the University of Mississippi
The University of Mississippi offers an undergraduate minor in Italian. The Department of Modern Languages offers elementary, intermediate and advanced Italian courses that emphasize the language and culture of Italy. Students may study Italian in order to fulfill their Liberal Arts language requirement. The minor in Italian requires the completion of 15 hours of Italian courses, beyond the 100 level (i.e., 200-, 300-, 400- or 500-level courses). Credit may be earned for studying Italian in Italy, and the Department will help the student in selecting an outstanding program.
Valerio Cappozzo, Assistant Professor of Italian
email@example.com Office: Howry 207, (662) 915-6980
GAMMA KAPPA ALPHA, the National Collegiate Italian Honor Society, is an honor society devoted exclusively to students of Italian in four-year colleges and universities. In the Department of Modern Languages, our chapter of Gamma Kappa Alpha recognizes outstanding achievement in Italian among students at the University of Mississippi.
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Financial assistance is available in the form of scholarships and assistantships. For more information, please contact the Department of Modern Languages.