Spend two weeks this January in Italy while earning six credits
toward graduation. Students are invited to register for this
short-term study abroad program that travels to Rome and Florence.
Immerse yourself in the history, culture, art and dramatic
literature of the Italian peninsula. Let the streets and squares of
the bustling city of Rome become your classroom as you learn about
the landmarks, legends and life of early Italy. Travel to the
Tuscany village of Prato, a quintessential Italian town just
outside of Florence, and experience the art history and study the
development of theatre during the Italian Renaissance.
Course: Landmarks, Legends and Dramatic Theatre of Italy
Numbers: Choose two for six credits total: AUCW
175, AUCA 175, DRA 362 (ENG368), DRA330 (ENG330)
This program is led by Professor Bob Davis, and students are invited to attend an information session on Thursday, September 20, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in A420. Learn more about the program, check out the syllabus and itinerary, meet other students who are going and hear about the courses you can take.
Program cost is at $4,385 which includes six credits UH tuition, housing, in-country transportation, scheduled excursions, entrance fees, and some meals. Airfare not included.
Submit your application to the International Center GSU 327. All applications and a program deposit of $1,000 are due October 15.
Scholarships are available! Click here for more information.
Contact: Professor Bob Davis at 860.768.2470, firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah Reuter at 860.768.5101, email@example.com.