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Italian and Classics

This is a joint degree (50% Italian, 50% Classics) equally weighted between both disciplines and studied in both departments.

The below course structure is indicative. Modules on offer change year on year, dependent on staff research interests and availablility.

Year One

Core Modules
  Modern Italian Language I (at Beginners', Intermediate or Advanced level) (30 Credits)
  Latin at an appropriate level (30 Credits)
  The History of Modern Italy (30 Credits)
  A first-year optional module in Classics to be chosen from Roman Culture and Society, Greek Culture and Society, or Greek and Roman History. (30 credits)

Year Two/Three - Spent abroad

Year Two/Three

  You are required to take 120 credits, half in Italian Studies and half in Classics:
Core Modules
 

IT201 Modern Italian Language II (30 credits) (pre-year abroad)

IT301 Modern Italian Language III (30 credits) (post-year abroad)

Italian Optional Modules
 

30 credits (e.g., 1 x 30 credits or 2 x 15 credits) from the Italian Studies offerings below:

  Italian Studies modules
Classics Optional Modules
  Two or more options from the Classics offerings, totaling 60 credits
  *Exceptional case for 15 credits external module may be approved

Year Four


You are required to take 120 credits, half in Italian and half in Classics
Core Module

Modern Italian Language IV (30 credits)
 
Optional Modules
  30 credits (or 2 x 15 credits) of Italian Studies modules;
  Options in Classics (60 credits)*
  *Exceptional case for 15 credits external module may be approved

Course Structure

Dr David Lines

Italian

Dr Michael Scott

Classics