The purpose of this degree is to offer students expanded
opportunities for career growth in a wide range of fields. The program
allows students to complete a master’s degree in Italian Studies in
three semesters while attaining effective written communication skills
in Italian, learning to think critically and engaging in
interdisciplinary study. The program requires a thesis, completed in the
third semester, which allows students to gain research experience with
faculty scholars in a particular field of interest.
Application for Admission
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures recognizes the
University application deadlines of July 1 for the fall semester and
December 1 for the spring semester. However, students are encouraged to
apply much earlier.
MA in Italian Studies Admission Requirements