Bachelor of Arts in Italian (Romance Languages)
From food and fashion, music and literature to manufacturing design, aerospace engineering, and robotics, a major in Italian can offer both professional and cultural opportunities, and also prepares students for medical and law school.
Italy is one of the world's top economies, a leader in shaping global culture and design, and home to many of the world's artistic treasures. Hundreds of Italian firms have offices in the U.S. and in Detroit.
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