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The program in Rome offers a thorough grounding in spoken and written Italian. Twenty-three hours per week are devoted to intensive classroom study. Additionally, the cultural environment permits students to immerse themselves in everyday Italian life in an ideal location rich with history. Rome is not only the political capital of modern Italy, but has also been for centuries a capital of international relations, in every sphere from the religious to the economic. Rome continues to provide the most varied cultural landscape of any Italian city. The Italian Studies program aims to exploit the multi-millennial continuity of Rome as locus of important medieval, Renaissance, baroque, neoclassical, modern and contemporary cultural movements.
Italian 3: Introductory Italian III
Italian 5: Language Study Abroad: The Art and Culture of Rome
Italian 6: Language Study Abroad: Literature
Italian 2: Introductory Italian with a grade of B or better
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.