A wide array of humanities and social sciences courses take advantage of the wonderful cultural, historical and contemporary resources of Italy. As our distinguished faculty frequently teach on-site in and around Rome, you will be immersed in an academic experience that makes the most of Rome as a crossroads of historic and contemporary issues.
- Choose from a broad range of undergraduate courses in anthropology, art history, classics, criminal justice, economics, English, geography and urban studies, history, Italian language, literature, political science, psychology, sociology, and more.
- Many courses include frequent on-site instruction in and around Rome.
- A variety of for-credit internships are available.
- Select courses offer mandatory academic excursions to cities beyond Rome; venturing throughout Italy and elsewhere in Europe.
- Italian language courses are available at all levels, from beginner to advanced.