Make the Streets of Rome your Classroom this Summer!
When Rome is your classroom, the possibilities are endless! Art and architecture in Italy will teach you history while expanding your artistic knowledge. Ancient monuments and Renaissance paintings will become second nature as you explore the sites, museums and fascinating buildings that line the Roman streets. Whether you are admiring the famous frescoes adorning the Sistine Chapel or analyzing the complexity of the Pantheon, there is no better way to learn about Italian art than by experiencing it for yourself. Michelangelo and Bernini, Titian and Da Vinci – Rome has inspired many of the greatest artists in history. Through this course, you’ll make the streets of Rome your classroom, wandering the city to uncover its architectural jewels. Along the way, you will learn and experience firsthand what makes Italy (and Italians) unique! You will also visit the famous sites of Rome, such as the Arch of Constantine, the Coliseum, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, the Basilica of St. Peter, and more!
- ART 1790 Survey of Art & Architecture in Italy
Dates: July 4 - August 2, 2014*
*Please note: Students must arrive in Rome on July 4 and depart on August 2. If you depart from New York, for most flights you must leave the day before the arrival date.
Accommodations: St. John’s Rome Campus
Program Fee: $2,990 plus tuition (airfare NOT included)
*Tuition and airfare are in addition to the program fee. Please check the tuition based on your school and how many credits you choose to enroll in while abroad.
**Looking for ways to help with the costs of studying abroad this Summer? Check out the Licari Scholarship outlined on our Grants and Scholarships page!