May 20 - June 5, 2015
Comprehensive fee of $4100 includes:
- Tuition for 3 hours of Bradley credit
- Roundtrip airfare from Chicago O'Hare
- Room with private bath, breakfast each day
- All textbooks
- City orientation and tour
- Day excursion to the village of Orvieto
- Class-related cultural events and site visits
- Visits to major sites including the Colosseum and Forum, the Vatican, and others
- International Student Identity Card
Classes to be offered:
ART 131 Art Appreciation (Gen Ed FA) and ART 494 Art Expedition
Great Art Collections and Sites of Rome
Prof. Randy Carlson, Department of Art
ENG 300 Exposition: Writing About Travel (Gen Ed C2)
Dr. Thomas Palakeel
This English (C2) writing course will seamlessly incorporate your experiences of travel in Rome. In addition to regularly scheduled reading and writing in class, students develop a portfolio of daily journal entries on a variety of topics, accompanied by relevant photos and documentary materials. Students will produce two formal essays that demonstrate their skills of description, analysis, narration, persuasion, research, and revision. Besides a terrific Rome guidebook, course textbooks and a course pack of reading materials on Rome are provided.
MTG 315 Principles of Marketing
Dr. Matt O'Brien, Department of Marketing
This course will provide an introduction to various marketing concepts as they relate to key issues in marketing. Your work in the course will emphasize experimental learning and the development of product, pricing, promotion, and channel strategy while using Rome as a backdrop for application of ideas. Prerequisite: junior standing or 42 credit hours and declared marketing first major.
HIS 340 Twentieth-Century Europe: Italy and Germany (Gen Ed SF)
Dr. John Williams
This course investigates recent history by focusing comparatively on Italy and Germany. Themes include the problematic effects of World War I; fascist and Nazi dictatorships; World War II and its consequences; Cold War divisions; and the reunification of Europe after 1989.
Pre-registration is required. Follow the link on our Study Abroad home page and pre-register by noon Monday, October 20, 2014. Then you must complete the registration process in person at 8:30am Tuesday October 21 in the Student Center Ballroom. Students will enroll in order of cumulative credit hours until classes reach enrollment limits. Please note that a minimum 2.5 GPA is required to register for all study abroad programs.
A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your registration.
Deposits must be made by check or cash only. We are no longer able to accept credit cards.
After October 21, enrollment will be in the Study Abroad office, 325 GCC.
Program Payment: after the $500 deposit, the remaining balance of the program fee will be due in two installments: half of the remaining balance is due by February 2, 2015, and the final balance is due no later than March 2, 2015. Notice of cancellation must be made in writing. Those who cancel after February 2015 payment date will be subject to a $750 cancellation fee. Those who cancel after May 1, 2015 will be subject to a 100% cancellation fee.