Studying with the Rome Study Program, students can earn three or six credit hours:
ITL 328 - Composition and Conversation (Antonella Olson)
Prerequisite ITL 611 or 612
This course is taught in Italian. The goals of this upper-division course are to improve students’ skills in writing and speaking in Italian, as well as to increase their level of comprehension, both reading and listening. Furthermore, we aim at expanding the students’ knowledge of Italian culture through a lively interaction with Italians.
ITC 349 - Rome in Words, Images and Music (Daniela Bini)
This course is taught in English. The course will briefly sketch the rich life of the Eternal City through literary texts, architecture, painting, sculpture, lyric opera and cinema. Some of the artists included: Ovid, Virgil, Michelangelo, Raphael, Bernini, Puccini, Moravia and Fellini.