Summer 1 2021: Business, International Relations & Liberal Arts

Courses

Course list Summer 1 2021: Business, International Relations & Liberal Arts

Summer 1 2021: Business, International Relations & Liberal Arts (Late May, 2021 - Late June, 2021)
Catalog Code: VRMU3121

Eligibility

Minimum GPA

Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.50.

Minimum Admissions Prerequisites

There is no language prerequisite for this program.

You must be at least 18 years old by the program start date.

You must submit a course registration agreement. Additional details will be provided after gaining access to the ISA Student Portal.

If you have a cumulative GPA below 2.50, you may still be considered for acceptance. You will have to submit one letter of recommendation and a statement of purpose.

 

ISA Veritas Course

All ISA Veritas summer students will take a 1-credit ISA Veritas International Missions/Service-Learning Practicum course in addition to their traditional courses at the ISA host institution. The practicum course will include students from across all ISA Veritas locations and will be online/on-site.
 
International Missions/Service-Learning Practicum (HUM 490)
This course provides upper division service-learning credit for international missions projects, an extended missions experience designed to acquaint students with the implementation of missions principles in an international context through ISA Veritas Christian Study Abroad programs.

 

Courses at the American University of Rome

Credits

6 - 7

Recommended U.S. Semester Credits

6 - 7

Recommended U.S. Quarter Units

9 - 11

Academic Information

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

  • You will take 2 courses (6-7 credits) during this session. Most classes meet Monday - Thursday.

COURSE SELECTION

  • Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.
  • Eligibility for courses may be subject to a placement exam and/or prerequisites.
  • Course availability is based on enrollment numbers.
  • You should seek pre-approval for alternate courses in the event of class cancellations.

SYLLABI

  • Requests for sample syllabi can be made to the Italy Program Manager.

COURSE LEVEL RECOMMENDATIONS

  • ISA offers course level recommendations for the courses listed below. Please note that the course level recommendations are based on the host university course level recommendations and course codes and are only recommendations. Course numbers generally adhere to the following guidelines:
    • 100-199 Lower-level introductory courses with no prerequisites
    • 200-299 Lower-level courses with one or more prerequisites
    • 300-399 Upper-level courses with one or more prerequisites
    • 400-499 Upper-level advanced courses with two or more prerequisites and/or senior standing.
  • These ISA recommendations are intended to facilitate the determination of course equivalencies by advisers and credential evaluators at participants' U.S. home institutions.

COURSE FEES

  • Some courses may require additional fees which are to be paid directly to the host university. Lab fees, when applicable, are about $75. Field trip fees can vary greatly. Refer to the course description for applicable fees.

TRANSCRIPTS

  • Upon program completion, you will receive a transcript issued directly from the American University of Rome (AUR). The transcript will reflect U.S. semester credits for all courses taken.

COURSE CREDIT

  • Credits earned vary according to the policies of your home institution.
  • According to ISA policy, you must maintain full-time enrollment status, as determined by your home and host institutions, for the duration of the program.
  • Credit transfer is ultimately determined by your home university.

LANGUAGE RECOMMENDATION

  • If you have not completed a college semester of Italian language or the equivalent, you are strongly encouraged to take an Italian language course while on this program.
  • Italian courses are offered from the Beginner to Advanced level.

LANGUAGE PLACEMENT

  • Enrollment in Italian courses is determined by the results of a language placement exam administered by the host university. Please note that your performance on the placement exam may not reflect the number of semesters of language instruction you've already completed at your home university.
  • We strongly suggest that if you are trying to place into any level of language beyond true beginning, to prepare for the language placement exam by reviewing previous coursework.

Please Note:The courses below reflect the most current list of courses released by the host university. Please refer to this list when completing your pre-registration form. Also note that courses are always subject to change.

See Course Disclaimer
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Beginning
Courses:

Italian Language

Courses:
4 Credits
Language Level: Beginning
Lower Division
Elementary Italian I [ITL 101]
3 Credits
Language Level: Beginning
Lower Division
Introduction to Italian Language and Culture [ITL 100]
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Taught In English
Courses:

Archeology

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Roman Archeology On-Site [ARC 101]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Rome of Augustus [ARCL 401]

Art History

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Art of Rome [AH 100]

Art Studio

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Roman Sketchbook [ART 101]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Sculpture in Stone [ART 260]

Business

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Introduction to International Business [BUS 300]

Cinema

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Documentary Production Workshop [CIN 302]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Post-War Italian Cinema [CIN 300]

Communication

Courses:
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Introduction to Public Relations [COMK 204]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Public Speaking and Presentation [COM 203]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Special Topics: Introduction to Photojournalism [FDM 283]

English

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Writing Rome [ENG 203]

Environmental Sciences

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Physical Geography [ENV 102]

Film and Digitial Media

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Photography in Rome: The Eternal City [FAFD 104]

Fine Arts

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Drawing I [ART 102]

Italian Culture

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Introduction to Italian Culture [ITL 210]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Italian Food and Culture [IS 212]

Management

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Business Psychology [MGT 307]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Live Music and Festival Management [COM 314]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Principles of Management [MGT 201]

Marketing

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Food Tourism [MKT 312]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Marketing and Organizational Communication in Italy [MKT 303]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Sales Management: Creating Customer Relationships [MKT 315]

Political Science

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Comparative Politics [POL 202]

Religion

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Christianity and the Roman Empire (100-425 CE) [REL 202/CLS 202]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Sacred Space: Religious Architecture of Rome [AHRE 106]

Sociology

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Gender in Global Perspectives [SOC 210]
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Living Rome: Urban Spaces, Culture and Identity [SOC 120]

Course Disclaimer

Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.

Eligibility for courses may be subject to a placement exam and/or pre-requisites.

Some courses may require additional fees.

Availability of courses is based on enrollment numbers. All students should seek pre-approval for alternate courses in the event of last minute class cancellations

VRMU3121
Summer 2 2021: Business, International Relations & Liberal Arts

Courses

Course list Summer 2 2021: Business, International Relations & Liberal Arts

Summer 2 2021: Business, International Relations & Liberal Arts (Late June, 2021 - Late July, 2021)
Catalog Code: VRMU3221

ELIGIBILITY

Minimum GPA

Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.50.

Minimum Admissions Prerequisites

There is no language prerequisite for this program.

You must be at least 18 years old by the program start date.

You must submit a course registration agreement. Additional details will be provided after gaining access to the ISA Student Portal.

If you have a cumulative GPA below 2.50, you may still be considered for acceptance. You will have to submit one letter of recommendation and a statement of purpose.

 

ISA Veritas Course

All ISA Veritas summer students will take a 1-credit ISA Veritas International Missions/Service-Learning Practicum course in addition to their traditional courses at the ISA host institution. The practicum course will include students from across all ISA Veritas locations and will be online/on-site.
 
International Missions/Service-Learning Practicum (HUM 490)
This course provides upper division service-learning credit for international missions projects, an extended missions experience designed to acquaint students with the implementation of missions principles in an international context through ISA Veritas Christian Study Abroad programs.

 

Courses at the American University of Rome

Credits

6 - 7

Recommended U.S. Semester Credits

6 - 7

Recommended U.S. Quarter Units

9 - 11

Academic Information

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

  • You will take 2 courses (6-7 credits) during this session. Most classes meet Monday - Thursday.

COURSE SELECTION

  • Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.
  • Eligibility for courses may be subject to a placement exam and/or prerequisites.
  • Course availability is based on enrollment numbers.
  • You should seek pre-approval for alternate courses in the event of class cancellations.

SYLLABI

  • Requests for sample syllabi can be made to the Italy Program Manager.

COURSE LEVEL RECOMMENDATIONS

  • ISA offers course level recommendations for the courses listed below. Please note that the course level recommendations are based on the host university course level recommendations and course codes and are only recommendations. Course numbers generally adhere to the following guidelines:
    • 100-199 Lower-level introductory courses with no prerequisites
    • 200-299 Lower-level courses with one or more prerequisites
    • 300-399 Upper-level courses with one or more prerequisites
    • 400-499 Upper-level advanced courses with two or more prerequisites and/or senior standing.
  • These ISA recommendations are intended to facilitate the determination of course equivalencies by advisers and credential evaluators at participants' U.S. home institutions.

COURSE FEES

  • Some courses may require additional fees which are to be paid directly to the host university. Lab fees, when applicable, are about $75. Field trip fees can vary greatly. Refer to the course description for applicable fees.

TRANSCRIPTS

  • Upon program completion, you will receive a transcript issued directly from the American University of Rome (AUR). The transcript will reflect U.S. semester credits for all courses taken.

COURSE CREDIT

  • Credits earned vary according to the policies of your home institution.
  • According to ISA policy, you must maintain full-time enrollment status, as determined by your home and host institutions, for the duration of the program.
  • Credit transfer is ultimately determined by your home university.

LANGUAGE RECOMMENDATION

  • If you have not completed a college semester of Italian language or the equivalent, you are strongly encouraged to take an Italian language course while on this program.
  • Italian courses are offered from the Beginner to Advanced level.

LANGUAGE PLACEMENT

  • Enrollment in Italian courses is determined by the results of a language placement exam administered by the host university. Please note that your performance on the placement exam may not reflect the number of semesters of language instruction you've already completed at your home university.
  • We strongly suggest that if you are trying to place into any level of language beyond true beginning, to prepare for the language placement exam by reviewing previous coursework.

Please Note:The courses below reflect the most current list of courses released by the host university. Please refer to this list when completing your pre-registration form. Also note that courses are always subject to change.

See Course Disclaimer
Back to Top
Beginning
Courses:

Italian Language

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Beginning
Lower Division
Introduction to Italian Language and Culture [ITL 100]
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Taught In English
Courses:

Archeology

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Roman Archeology On-Site [ARC 101]

Art History

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Art of Rome [AH 100]

Art Studio

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Roman Sketchbook [ART 101]

Communication

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Intercultural Communication [COM 219]

Film and Digitial Media

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Field Production for TV and Film [FDM 303]

Fine Arts

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Introduction to Art Therapy [FAPS 210]

History

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
History of Modern Europe [HST 305]

Italian Culture

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Lower Division
Italian Food and Culture [IS 212]

Management

Courses:
3 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Human Resource Management Inservice Operations [MGT 305]

Political Science

Courses:
3 Credits
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Conflict and Peace in the Mediterranean [POL 314]

Course Disclaimer

Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.

Eligibility for courses may be subject to a placement exam and/or pre-requisites.

Some courses may require additional fees.

Availability of courses is based on enrollment numbers. All students should seek pre-approval for alternate courses in the event of last minute class cancellations

VRMU3221