Rome, Florence & Siena, Italy
About the Course
- This study abroad program will be led by two FSC professors:
- Dr. Beverly Kahn | POL 273
- Professor Thomas Germano | ART 242
- Both courses will be conducted on site in Rome, Florence and Siena, Italy.
- The classes will meet on campus prior to departure and after returning to introduce the students to what they will experience firsthand and also to satisfy the minimum hours of a three credit class.
- Museums, churches, galleries and piazza's will serve as the 'open air' classroom.
- 3 or 6 credits
- Students will be registered for 1 (one) or both of the following courses:
- POL 273 Italian Politics and Society | Taught by Dr. Beverly Kahn
- Satisfies a Western Civilization GenEd requirement
- Counts in the Science, Technology and Society major as a Global Affairs perspective elective
- Counts toward the Politics Minor
- Counts toward the Italian Studies Minor
- ART 242 Renaissance Art History | Taught by Professor Thomas Germano
- ART 242 takes the place of ART 202 within the Visual Communications major
- Humanities GenEd elective for FSC students
- Students must be a matriculated student at Farmingdale State College
- Students will be registered for these courses during the normal spring course advisement and registration period which begins in October.
- Students stay in local hotel accommodations in shared rooms.
- Single rooms available at an additional cost.
- Faculty will be staying at the same location as the students.
- GPA Requirement: 2.5 minimum.
- Student must be in good disciplinary standing.
- Program offered to freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors.
- Complete the Study Abroad Application.
- After this application is submitted a study abroad advisor will be in touch to go over the next steps in the application process.
- All FSC students studying abroad for a semester/year are required to meet with a study
abroad advisor in the Office of International Education and Programs prior to completing
their program specific application.
- OIEP is located on the 3rd floor of Laffin Hall, room 320.
Prof. Germano with students in Rome, Italy