French and Italian
 

Italian Civilization from the Beginning to 1600

Italian Civilization from the Beginning to 1600
Survey of history, architecture, literature, and arts that shaped the Italian culture and civilization from the beginning through the Renaissance.
ITAL
360
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesItal 321 or concurrent enrollment.
 NoteFulfills GE Arts elective.
 TaughtWinter even years
 ProgramsContaining ITAL 360
Course Outcomes: 

Italian culture and history

Demonstrate knowledge of the chronology of Italian civilization and identify the major intellectual and artistic movements, their defining characteristics and contexts. Also, establish connections between events, movements, and ideas for the time period covered in this course.

Research analysis and methods

Apply appropriate methods of investigation. These include formulating hypotheses; making valid arguments; locating and evaluating resources relevant to course assignments; coping with ambiguity; and evaluating competing interpretations of a given event or topic.

Critical Thinking and Clear Communication

Articulate and defend clear, orderly thought on cultural topics.