(Spring Semester Only)
From the aqueducts and architecture of Ancient Rome; to the rapid and qualitative advances in technology that allowed Renaissance Rome to become a very productive society, raise standards of living and support the arts; to modern infrastructure developments and challenges, Rome provides an ideal location for studying engineering. The Temple Rome program offers courses integral to your engineering degree in a setting where you will truly appreciate how modern engineering developed and the role of engineering in shaping the world, while also immersing yourself in Italian language and culture.
- 3 courses in engineering, designed for fourth-semester mechanical or civil engineering majors, taught by local engineering faculty
- Engineering 2332 | Engineering Dynamics (3 credits) Spring
- Engineering 2333 | Mechanics of Solids (3 credits) Spring
- Engineering 3571 | Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics (3 credits) Spring
- 1-2 additional courses from a wide range of offerings in other disciplines (Italian 1001 required, if you have not already completed this course or an equivalent introductory college-level Italian language course)
- site visits and guest lectures, allowing students to learn first-hand about the challenges and accomplishments of engineering, both historical and contemporary, within Italy
Open to Temple and non-Temple students who have completed the pre-requisites.
Created by Salman Alotaibi, Temple University Rome Engineering student, Spring 2017.