FLORENCE, ITALY

Virtual Courses

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In addition to offering our exceptional in-residence study abroad experience in Florence, several popular courses will now be available online to provide students with distance learning options for the Summer.

Students interested in an online option will appreciate the interactive and robust mix of live and video lectures delivered by experienced and expert instructors, and more.

Please note, courses are subject to change.

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PLEASE NOTE

1) Each course includes 19 daily 2-hr sessions from TUE June 30 to THU July 30, running MON-THU, including the final exam.2) Each session foresees a combination of recorded and live modules. Please see the syllabus for a detailed class breakdown.

3) Recorded modules include video lessons and other video material (virtual tours, guest speakers, visual material), to be completed during the day.

4) Live modules include online synchronous group sessions and will take place within the approximate time frame below (CET-Central European Time/ Italy Rome time). For the exact times and duration of the live sessions and other activities, please refer to thecourse syllabus.

5) The scheduled time frames are based on Italy/Rome time zone and have been optimized to accommodate students from different time zones. Each student is required to calculate the matching local time zone and must be available to remotely join all sessions as scheduled on the syllabus.

6) Daily/Weekly extra time is required to complete individual homework.

7) For some courses students must be equipped with specific tools and materials, as illustrated in the syllabus, prior to starting class.

8) Please note the courses IGC 016 The Food of Italy: A Gastronomic Tour of the Regionsand IGC 022 Current Trends in Italian Cuisineare non-credit courses, comprising 5 weekly sessions of 2 hours each.

Ancient StudiesANC 200 R3Ancient Rome

(Dual Listed: HIS 200 R)

Note: in collaboration with CAMNES (Center for Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies)

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
Ancient StudiesANC 215 F3Florentia: The Ancient Roots of Florence

(Dual Listed: HIS 215 F)

Note: in collaboration with CAMNES (Center for Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies)

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Art HistoryART 278 F3Italian Renaissance Art8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Fashion Design, Marketing and MerchandisingFAS 225 F3Fashion Consumer Behaviour: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in a Time of Pandemic8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Fashion Design, Marketing and MerchandisingFAS 305 F3History of Italian Fashion5.30PM-7.30PM CET
Geography and Environmental StudiesENV 280 T3Sustainable Food and the New Global Challenge

(Dual Listed: IGC 280 T)

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Graphic DesignGRA 171 F3Graphic Design5.30PM-7.30PM CET
HistoryHIS 200 R3Ancient Rome

(Dual Listed: ANC 200 R)

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
HistoryHIS 215 F3Florentia: The Ancient Roots of Florence

(Dual Listed: ANC 215 F)

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
HistoryHIS 300 F3Italian Renaissance Civilization and Culture8.00PM-10.00PM CET
International BusinessBUS 252 F3Wine Business

(Dual Listed: IGC 252 F)

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
Italian Gastronomy and CultureIGC 016 F0The Food of Italy: A Gastronomic Tour of the Regions

Note: once-a-week non-credit course.

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Italian Gastronomy and CultureIGC 022 F0Current Trends in Italian Cuisine

Note: once a week non-credit course.

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Italian Gastronomy and CultureIGC 163 T3Cooking in Context: Traditions of Tuscania

Note: This course includes practical demonstrations.

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
Italian Gastronomy and CultureIGC 252 F3Wine Business

(Dual Listed: BUS 252 F)

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
Italian Gastronomy and CultureIGC 280 T3Sustainable Food and the New Global Challenge

(Dual Listed: ENV 280 T)

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Italian LanguageITL 101 F3Italian Language Elementary 15.30PM-7.30PM CET
LiteratureLIT 273 F3Romeo and Juliet: a Love Story Across the Arts

(Dual Listed: PER 273 F)

Note: in partnership with the Fondazione Franco Zeffirelli

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
LiteratureLIT 288 F3Dante’s Quest for Love — from the Divine Comedy to Contemporary Culture and Media

(Dual Listed: MAS 288 F)

Note: in partnership with the Fondazione Franco Zeffirelli

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Media Arts and StudiesMAS 288 F3Dante’s Quest for Love — from the Divine Comedy to Contemporary Culture and Media

(Dual Listed: LIT 288 F)

Note: in partnership with the Fondazione Franco Zeffirelli

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Media Arts and StudiesMAS 289 F3Filming, Staging and Directing. The World of an Internationally Acclaimed Italian Artist: Franco Zeffirelli

(Dual Listed: PER 289 F)

Note: in partnership with the Fondazione Franco Zeffirelli

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
NutritionNTR 232 F3The Mediterranean Diet

Note: This course includes practical demonstrations

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
Painting, Drawing and Mixed MediaPDM 183 F3Florence Sketchbook – Beginning

Note: Additional specific materials will be required for this course

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
Performing ArtsPER 273 F3Romeo and Juliet: a Love Story Across the Arts

(Dual Listed: LIT 273 F)

Note: in partnership with the Fondazione Franco Zeffirelli

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Performing ArtsPER 289 F3Filming, Staging and Directing. The World of an Internationally Acclaimed Italian Artist: Franco Zeffirelli

(Dual Listed: MAS 289 F)

Note: in partnership with the Fondazione Franco Zeffirelli

8.00PM-10.00PM CET
PhilosophyPHI 220 F

(New on Cat.)

3The Pursuit of Happiness: Cultivating Well-being in Challenging Times

(Dual Listed: PSY 220 F)

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
PsychologyPSY 220 F

(New on Cat.)

3The Pursuit of Happiness: Cultivating Well-being in Challenging Times

(Dual Listed: PHI 220 F)

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
PsychologyPSY 320 F3Psychology of Art and Human Creativity: Self-growth and Resiliency through Inspiring Practices8.00PM-10.00PM CET
Religious StudiesREL 224 T3Yoga: Breathing, Meditation, Spirituality

Note: in collaboration with CAMNES (Center for Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies) This course will include some physical activities. Students must confirm that they are in good physical health and that they may participate in those activities without any restriction

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
Sculpture and CeramicsSCU 131 F3Ceramics and Well-being

Note: Additional specific materials will be required for this course

5.30PM-7.30PM CET
SociologySOC 260 F3Organized Crime: Sociology and History of the Italian Mafia5.30PM-7.30PM CET
  • Summer II , 2020: June 30 – July 30, 2020. Application deadline: June 15, 2020
  • Summer II, 3 credits (one course): $1,990
  • Summer II, 6 credits (two courses): $2,890

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