Each semester student is required to take at least one Italian Language course, in order to get better adjusted to the Italian culture. Summer students are not required to take a language course, due to the shorter time frame. All non-Italian language courses are taught in English.
Typically, courses are available in the following areas:
Anthropology | Art History | Classical Studies | Communications | Gender Studies | Geography and Environmental Studies | History | History of Architecture | International Business | Literature | Mathematics | Music, Cinema and Theatre Studies | Nutrition and Health | Philosophy and Religious Studies | Political Science and International Studies | Psychology | Sociology
Fashion Design | Film, Video and New Media | Graphic Arts | Interior Design | Jewelry Design | Painting, Drawing and Mixed Media | Performing Arts | Photography | Printmaking | Restoration | Sculpture and Ceramics
Regular Italian | Italian Culture | Accelerated Italian | Six-Hour Italian | Intensive Italian | Super Intensive Italian