Temple Rome: Summer I (6 weeks)
Temple University Rome's six-week summer session is comprised of undergraduate courses in a variety of disciplines. In summer 2018, these disciplines include: art; art history; business; criminal justice; dance; English; GenEd (Arts, Race & Diversity, Science & Technology, and Human Behavior); gender, sexuality and women's studies; Greek and Roman classics; history; media studies and production; political science; psychology; sociology; and Italian language. Graduate level courses are available in dance. Undergraduate credit-bearing internships in a variety of fields are offered. A main feature of the program is frequent, on-site instruction for many of the courses, enabling students to study firsthand the sites, treasures, traditions and cultures associated with the people and history of Italy. With the exception of Italian language instruction, all instruction is in English.
Six weeks: mid-May through late June
- Undergraduate courses in art; art history; business; criminal justice; dance; English; GenEd (Arts, Race & Diversity, Science & Technology, and Human Behavior); gender, sexuality and women's studies; Greek and Roman classics; history; media studies and production; political science; psychology; sociology; and Italian language. Graduate level courses in dance.
- Courses taught by faculty from Italy and other European countries, in addition to faculty from Temple University’s Main Campus in Philadelphia
- Course load: 2 courses, 5-8 credits total
- Credit-bearing internships are available for undergraduates
- Temple students who successfully complete (with a C- or better) credit-bearing coursework worth at least three semester hours in an approved summer or semester study abroad program with a minimum stay abroad of 28 days will satisfy the World Society (GG) requirement.
Academic and cultural enrichment
- Academic excursions
- Community engagement
Language of instruction
Except for courses in Italian language, all instruction is in English.
Temple Rome is housed in the Villa Caproni, a handsome building facing the Tiber River in the heart of Rome. Just north of Piazza del Popolo and within short walking distance of the Spanish Steps and the Borghese Gardens, the Villa Caproni is convenient to living accommodations, shops and historical sites.
- Classrooms equipped with smart technology
- Computer lab and wireless internet system
- Professional visual arts studios
- Art gallery
- Student lounges
- One of Rome’s largest English-language libraries containing 16,000 volumes, a film collection, periodicals, and access to the electronic resources and online catalogs of Temple Libraries collections
- Administrative offices
- Program-arranged apartments
- Program-arranged homestays for selected students
- Independent housing
Open to qualified students matriculated at U.S. colleges and universities.
Applying to the program
Application Deadline: February 15