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1 Revised 02/01/2018 CSCU Pathway Transfer A.A. Degree: Italian Studies Contents: pp 2-3 CSCU Pathway Transfer AA Degree: Italian Studies pp 4-7 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program: CCSU pp 8-10 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program: SCSU p 11 Remaining Credits: CCSU p 12 Remaining Credits: SCSU Changes The CSCU Pathway Transfer A.A. Degree: Italian Studies was approved by the BOR during AY 2016-17 and made available to students AY 2017-18. Changes made 09/08/2017 Page 2, lines 17-18: Corrections to General Education 1 (Creativity) and General Education 2 (Global Knowledge) Page 4, lines 21-23: Corrections to General Education 1 (Creativity), General Education 2 (Global Knowledge), and Arts & Humanities I: Literature Page 8, lines 21-22 & 34: Corrections to General Education 1 (Creativity) and General Education 2 (Global Knowledge) Page 11, line 4: Corrected remaining General Education requirement Changes made 09/28/2017 MxCC no longer offers 1-credit conversation courses Page 2, lines 20-23: removed ITA 105, ITA 106, ITA 205, ITA 206 Pages 5-6, lines 29-30 and 45-46: removed ITA 205, ITA 206, ITA 105, ITA 106 Page 9, lines 30-33: removed ITA 105, ITA 106, ITA 205, ITA 206 Changes made 02/01/2018 Page 6, line 30: FR 126 s/b ITAL 126 Page 6, line 33: add ITAL 305 Page 6, line 34: remove ITAL 305 Page 6, line 35: add ITAL 316 Page 6, line 36: remove ITAL 316 Page 6, line 37: change from 6 to 12 credits Page 11, line 13: add ITAL 305 Page 11, line 14: remove Page 11, line 15: add ITAL 316 Page 11, line 16: remove Page 11, line 17: change from 6 to 12 credits

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    CSCU Pathway Transfer A.A. Degree: Italian Studies Contents: pp 2-3 CSCU Pathway Transfer AA Degree: Italian Studies pp 4-7 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program: CCSU pp 8-10 Transfer Pathway and Degree Program: SCSU p 11 Remaining Credits: CCSU p 12 Remaining Credits: SCSU

    Changes The CSCU Pathway Transfer A.A. Degree: Italian Studies was approved by the BOR during AY 2016-17 and made available to students AY 2017-18. Changes made 09/08/2017

    Page 2, lines 17-18: Corrections to General Education 1 (Creativity) and General Education 2 (Global Knowledge) Page 4, lines 21-23: Corrections to General Education 1 (Creativity), General Education 2 (Global Knowledge), and Arts & Humanities I: Literature Page 8, lines 21-22 & 34: Corrections to General Education 1 (Creativity) and General Education 2 (Global Knowledge) Page 11, line 4: Corrected remaining General Education requirement

    Changes made 09/28/2017 MxCC no longer offers 1-credit conversation courses Page 2, lines 20-23: removed ITA 105, ITA 106, ITA 205, ITA 206 Pages 5-6, lines 29-30 and 45-46: removed ITA 205, ITA 206, ITA 105, ITA 106 Page 9, lines 30-33: removed ITA 105, ITA 106, ITA 205, ITA 206

    Changes made 02/01/2018

    Page 6, line 30: FR 126 s/b ITAL 126

    Page 6, line 33: add ITAL 305

    Page 6, line 34: remove ITAL 305

    Page 6, line 35: add ITAL 316

    Page 6, line 36: remove ITAL 316

    Page 6, line 37: change from 6 to 12 credits

    Page 11, line 13: add ITAL 305

    Page 11, line 14: remove

    Page 11, line 15: add ITAL 316

    Page 11, line 16: remove

    Page 11, line 17: change from 6 to 12 credits

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    CSCU Pathway Transfer A.A. Degree: Italian Studies

    1 FRAMEWORK30

    2 Section A: Common Designated Competencies

    3 Written Communication I ENG 101 Composition 3 credits

    4 Written Communication II General Education Elective 3 credits

    5 Scientific Reasoning General Education Elective 3-4 credits

    6 Scientific Knowledge & Understanding General Education Elective 3-4 credits

    7 Quantitative Reasoning General Education Elective 3 credits

    8 Historical Knowledge & Understanding General Education Elective 3 credits

    9 Social Phenomena General Education Elective 3 credits

    10 Aesthetic Dimensions General Education Elective 3 credits

    11 Section B: Campus Designated Competencies

    12 Competency 1 General Education Elective 3 credits

    13 Competency 2 General Education Elective 3 credits

    14 Framework30 Total 30-31 credits

    15 PATHWAY30

    16 Additional General Education Courses up to two (2)

    CCSUStudy Area I: Arts & Humanities ECSUCreative Expressions SCSUCreative Drive WCSUGeneral Education Elective COSCGeneral Education Elective

    17 Additional General Education 1: Creativity

    CCSUStudy Area II: Social Sciences ECSUIndividuals and Society SCSUGlobal Awareness WCSUGeneral Education Elective COSCGlobal Understanding

    3 credits

    18 Additional General Education 2: Global Knowledge

    3 credits

    19 Major Program Requirements

    20 ITA 101 (3 credits: GCC, HCC, MXCC, NVCC,) ITA 111 (4 credits: NCC, TXCC)

    Elementary Italian I

    3-4 credits

    21 ITA 102 (3 credits: GCC, HCC, MXCC, NVCC,) ITA 112 (4 credits: NCC, TXCC)

    Elementary Italian II

    3-4 credits

    22 ITA 201 (3 credits: GCC, MXCC, NCC)

    Intermediate Italian I

    3-4 credits

    23 ITA 202 (3 credits: GCC, MXCC, NCC)

    Intermediate Italian II

    3-4 credits

    24

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    25 Unrestricted Electives 7-12 credits

    26 Students who begin Italian at a higher level than ITA 101 or 111 will receive additional unrestrictive electives.

    27 Students should consider beginning work on minor requirements of some CSUs. They may also complete other General Education requirements (for CCSU, WCSU, SCSU, and CObut NOT ECSU).

    28 Pathway30 Total 30 credits

    29 Italian Pathway Total 60 credits

    Students who are required to complete developmental coursework or who place below the required

    entry level of math for their program may not be able to complete their pathway degree in 60-61

    credits/contact hours.

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    Transfer Pathway and Degree Program

    Central Connecticut State University

    Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree

    Italian B.A.

    1 Community Colleges CCSU

    2 Credits Credits

    3 Framework30 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency:

    6 Section A

    7 Written I English 101 3 English 110 3

    8 Written II Gen Ed 3 Skill Area I Communication 3

    9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed 3-4 Study Area IV Natural Sciences 3-4

    10 Scientific Knowledge

    Gen Ed 3 Study Area IV Natural Sciences 3-4

    11 Quantitative Gen Ed 3 Skill Area II Mathematics 3

    12 Historical Knowledge

    Gen Ed* 3 Study Area II History 3

    13 Social Phenomena Gen Ed 3 Study Area II Social Science 3

    14 Aesthetic Dimensions

    Gen Ed 3 Study Area I Arts and Humanities

    3

    15 Section B

    16 Competency:

    Gen Ed 3 Skill Area IV University Requirement

    3

    17 Competency:

    Gen Ed 3 Study Area III Behavioral Sciences

    3

    18 Framework30 Credits (30-31):

    19 Pathway30 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 Additional Gen Ed 1: Creativity 3 Study Area I Arts and

    Humanities 3

    22 Additional Gen Ed 2: Global Knowledge

    3 Study Area II Social Sciences 3

    23 Study Area I Literature 3

    24 Study Area III Behavioral Sciences

    3

    25 Skill Area II Math/Stat/ Comp Sci

    3

    26 Skill Area III Foreign Language Proficiency. Can be met through the following:

    1. Completion of a level-three high school foreign language.

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    2. Elementary proficiency as demonstrated by successfully completing a second-semester level CCSU foreign-language course (112 or 118). Students with no previous background in a language must take the first and second semesters (111 and 112, or 118); students who place out of 111 due to previous background in the language may satisfy the requirement by taking 112 only.

    3. Passing the CLEP, a standardized examination which demonstrates knowledge of a foreign language equivalent to completion of a second-semester course or higher.

    4. Successful completion of a foreign-language course at a level higher than the second- semester level.

    5. Demonstration of native proficiency in a language other than English (requires evaluation of skill level by an appropriate faculty member and/or official documentation, and approval by the Chair of the Department of Modern Languages

    (Credits will adjust accordingly.)

    27 General Education Credits: 36-37 45-46

    28 Major Program Courses

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    29 ITA 201 Intermediate Italian I (3 credits: GCC, MXCC, NCC)

    3

    ITAL 125 Intermediate Italian 3

    30 ITA 202 Intermediate Italian II (3 credits: GCC, MXCC, NCC)

    3 ITAL 126 Intermediate Italian II 3

    31 ITAL 225 Intermediate Italian III 3

    32 ITAL 226 Intermediate Italian IV 3

    33 ITAL 304 Introduction to Italian Literature I (May be taken concurrently with ITAL 225 or 226) OR ITAL 305 Introduction to Italian Literature II (May be taken concurrently with ITAL 225 or 226)

    3

    34

    35 ITAL 315 Italian Civilization to 1861 (May be taken concurrently with ITAL 225 or 226) OR ITAL 316 Italian Civilization from 1861 to the Present (May be taken concurrently with ITAL 225 or 226)

    3

    36

    37 Additional 12 credits of ITAL at the 300 or 400 level

    12

    38

    39

    40

    41

    42 Program Course Credits: 6-8 30

    43 Minor Course Credits: 18

    44 Open Electives 45 ITA 101 Elementary Italian I (3 credits:

    GCC, HCC, MXCC, NVCC, TXCC) ITA 111 Elementary Italian I (4 credits: NCC, TXCC)

    3

    4

    ITAL 111 Elementary Italian I 3

    4

    46 ITA 102 Elementary Italian II (3 credits: GCC, HCC, MXCC, NVCC, TXCC)

    3

    ITAL 112 Elementary Italian II 3

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    ITA 112 (4 credits: NCC, TXCC) 4 4

    47

    48 Students who begin Italian at a higher level than Italian 101 or 111 will receive additional unrestrictive electives.

    49 Students who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill minor requirements will end up with more open elective credits at the CCSU.

    50 Open Elective credits: 7-12 Used for receiving Community College 101/111 and 102/112: Remaining Open Electives:

    6-8

    18-21

    51 Total Credits at the Community College

    60 Total Credits for the 4-Year Degree

    120

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    Transfer Pathway and Degree Program

    Southern Connecticut State University

    Complete four-year degree with articulation of community college degree to four-year degree

    Italian B.A.

    1 Community Colleges SCSU

    2 Credits Credits

    3 Framework30 4 General Education Requirements 5 Competency:

    6 Section A

    7 Written I English 101 3 FYE 3

    8 Written II Gen Ed 3 Written Communication 3

    9 Scientific Reasoning Gen Ed 3-4 Natural World 1 Physical Realm

    3-4

    10 Scientific Knowledge

    Gen Ed 3 Natural World II Life and Environment

    3-4

    11 Quantitative Gen Ed 3 Quantitative Reasoning 3

    12 Historical Knowledge

    Gen Ed* 3 Time and Place 3

    13 Social Phenomena Gen Ed 3 Social structure, Conflict, Consensus

    3

    14 Aesthetic Dimensions

    Gen Ed 3 Cultural Expression 3

    15 Section B

    16 Competency:

    Gen Ed 3 Critical Thinking 3

    17 Competency:

    Gen Ed 3 Tech Fluency 3

    18 Framework30 Credits (30-31):

    19 Pathway30 20 Additional General Education Courses 21 Additional Gen Ed 1: Creativity 3 Creative Drive 3

    22 Additional Gen Ed 2: Global Knowledge 3 Global Awareness ITA 202 Intermediate Italian II (see line 33) may be used to fulfill this general education requirement. If it is used, then the student must complete an additional 3 credits in Italian for the major. See line 34.

    3

    Select one of the following two areas: 3

    23 American Experience 0-3

    24 Mind and Body 0-3

    25 Multilingual Communication level 3 (Can be met by completing the third level of a

    3

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    foreign language or demonstrating knowledge via a STAMP test (Standards-based Measurement of Proficiency) or an equivalent. Credits will adjust accordingly.)

    26 39-41 Must be taken at SCSU:

    27 Tier 3 Connections Capstone 3

    28 General Education Credits: 42-43

    29 Major Program Courses 30 ITA 101 Elementary Italian I (3 credits:

    GCC, HCC, MXCC, NVCC, TXCC) ITA 111 Elementary Italian I (4 credits: NCC, TXCC)

    3

    4

    ITA 100 Italian I 3

    31 ITA 102 Elementary Italian II (3 credits: GCC, HCC, MXCC, NVCC, TXCC) ITA 112 (4 credits: NCC, TXCC)

    3

    4

    ITA 101 Italian II 3

    32 ITA 201 Intermediate Italian I (3 credits: GCC, MXCC, NCC)

    3 ITA 200 Italian III 3

    33 ITA 202 Intermediate Italian II (3 credits: GCC, MXCC, NCC) See line 22.

    3

    ITA 210 Italian Language Through Culture

    3

    34 An additional 18 credits in ITA If ITA 202 Intermediate Italian II (see line 33) is used to fulfill the Global Awareness general education requirement (see line 21), then the student must complete an additional 3 credits in Italian for the major in this category to total 21.

    18

    35

    36 Cognate

    37 Select 3 credits of World Literature from: LIT 326 Dante and His Times LIT 328 Literature of Medieval Europe LIT 330 Renaissance in Europe 1350-1650 LIT 338 Russian Novel of the 19th Century LIT 342 Dostoyevsky LIT 346 Russian Short Story

    3

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    LIT 348 Modern Literature and Other Arts LIT 354 European Novel and Short Story 1945 to Present LIT 370 Contemporary French Novel LIT 374 Modern German Novel LIT 382 Contemporary Latin American Literature LIT 406 Classical Drama LIT 488 Seminar in World Literature

    38

    39

    40

    41 Program Course Credits: 6-8 33

    42 Open Electives 43

    44 Students who begin Italian at a higher level than ITA 101 or 111 may receive additional unrestrictive electives.

    ITA credits for the B.A. must total 30.

    45 Open Elective credits: 7-12 44-45

    46 Total Credits at the Community College 60-61 Total Credits for the 4-Year Degree

    120

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    Transfer Pathway and Degree Program

    Central Connecticut State University

    Credits remaining in the four-year degree

    Italian B.A.

    1 Central Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses 3 Course Credits

    4 Study Area I Arts and Humanities: Literature 3

    5 Study Area III Behavioral Sciences 3

    6 Skill Area II Math/Stat/ Comp Sci 3

    7

    8 General Education Credits 9

    9 Remaining Major Program Requirements 10 Course Credits

    11 ITAL 225 Intermediate Italian III 3

    12 ITAL 226 Intermediate Italian IV 3

    13 ITAL 304 Introduction to Italian Literature I (May be taken concurrently with ITAL 225 or 226) or ITAL 305 Introduction to Italian Literature II (May be taken concurrently with ITAL 225 or 226)

    3

    14

    15 ITAL 315 Italian Civilization to 1861 (May be taken concurrently with ITAL 225 or 226) or ITAL 316 Italian Civilization from 1861 to the Present (May be taken concurrently with ITAL 225 or 226)

    3

    16

    17 Additional 12 credits of ITA at the 300 or 400 level 12

    18

    19

    20 Major Program Courses 24

    21 Minor Students should consider beginning work on a minor at the community college.

    18

    22 Remaining Open Electives 23 Courses Credits

    24 Open Elective credits 9

    25 Students who use open elective credits at the community college to fulfill minor requirements will end up with more open elective credits at the CCSU.

    26 Total Credits Remaining for the 4-Year Degree 60

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    Transfer Pathway and Degree Program

    Southern Connecticut State University

    Credits remaining in the four-year degree

    Italian B.A.

    Students must complete 2 W courses at SCSU.

    1 Southern Connecticut State University 2 Remaining General Education Courses 3 Course Credits

    4 Select one of the following two areas: 3

    5 American Experience 0-3

    6 Mind and Body 0-3

    7 Tier 3 Connections Capstone 3

    8

    9 General Education Credits 6

    10 Remaining Major Program Requirements 11 Course Credits

    12 An additional 18 credits in ITA If ITA 210 Italian Language through Culture (ITA 202 Intermediate Italian II at the Community College) was used to fulfill the Global Awareness general education requirement at the Community College, then the student must complete an additional 3 credits in Italian, for a total of 21 credits in this category, for the major.

    18

    13

    14 Cognate

    15 Select 3 credits of World Literature from: LIT 326 Dante and His Times LIT 328 Literature of Medieval Europe LIT 330 Renaissance in Europe 1350-1650 LIT 338 Russian Novel of the 19th Century LIT 342 Dostoyevsky LIT 346 Russian Short Story LIT 348 Modern Literature and Other Arts LIT 354 European Novel and Short Story 1945 to Present LIT 370 Contemporary French Novel LIT 374 Modern German Novel LIT 382 Contemporary Latin American Literature LIT 406 Classical Drama LIT 488 Seminar in World Literature

    3

    16 ITA credits for the B.A. must total 30.

    30 Major Program Courses 21

    31 Remaining Open Electives

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    32 Courses Credits

    33 Open Elective credits 33

    34

    35 Total Credits Remaining for the 4-Year Degree 60