Study Abroad in Rome
Open to all students
No foreign language requirement; students from all disciplines are encouraged to participate. Students must register for an orientation class taken fall semester prior to departure.
19 day stay in Rome during the January intersession.
Leave for Italy in early January; return three weeks later in time for spring semester.
Students take a three-credit orientation course in the fall semester prior to the program and receive one credit for their time in Rome (four credits total). Students focus on art, cultural and political history of Rome. The group will also spend several days in Florence. Daily group activity consists of walking tours of monuments, galleries, museums, and churches throughout the cities.
Approximately $3000 includes airfare, accommodations, two meals daily, entrance fees, and most intra-city and inter-city transportation. A non-refundable deposit is required.
A hotel in the center of Rome.
Deadline for Application
Call the Modern and Classical Languages Department (406-243-2401) or the Office of International Programs (406-243-0022) approximately a year in advance. i.e., early in the Spring Semester prior to travel.