Global Diversity General Education Requirement
Participation in programs listed with a (G) designation below will automatically fulfill the Global Diversity general education requirement. Students participating in a program that does not have a (G) designation below can use the regular petition process to have a particular course taken in their program to fulfill the Global Diversity requirement. Students who wish to have their off-campus programs work applied toward general education requirements in a particular way should petition the Faculty Subcommittee on Administration with support from the relevant academic department before participation in the program.
Italian Renaissance Studies in Florence
Italy - Sponsored by ACM
Advisor: Professor Carol L. Lawton
The ACM Florence Program focuses on Renaissance painting, sculpture, architecture, history, and literature. Italian language instruction, a studio art course, and elective courses provide a broad perspective on Italian contributions to world civilization and facilitate the study of Florentine artistic and cultural heritage. Visits to museums and galleries, short field trips to other cities throughout Italy, and discussions with local scholars supplement the coursework. Students are placed in a home stay to facilitate language development and cultural immersion.
Students who will be juniors or seniors during the program with backgrounds in art history, studio art, modern languages, or the humanities are eligible. No previous language study is required.
This program will not be offered after the 2018-2019 academic year.
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Duration and Application Information:
Offering Duration: Semester
Offering Note: This program is only offered in Fall semester.
Direct admission is not available for this program.
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