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Scenes from the College of Arts and Sciences

 

January 5-13, 2015

Students will gain an understanding of the stories, characters, and significance of Ancient Roman Myth through careful consideration of Ancient Roman literature, archaeological sites, and ancient art. Travel arrangements will be handled by EF Tours. Registration with EF Tours will be required upon admittance to the program. To register with EF Tours, click here.

Academics:

Students will earn 3 URI credits for CLA 396: Myths of Rome or CLA 497: Directed Study. Students enrolled in CLA 497 will be required to establish a project prior to departure and do some preliminary research to be augmented and completed while in Rome.

Housing and Dining:

While in Italy, students will stay in triple occupancy rooms. Continental breakfast and dinner will be provided. Participants will be responsible for purchasing their own lunch.

Cultural Activities:

Students will engage in cultural activities and excursions while in Italy including: city guided walking sightseeing tours and guided excursions and museum visits. Other events to be announced.

 

 

Breakdown of Program Cost:
Residence:
Credits:
Tuition:
Program Fee:
Total Cost:
In-State
3
     
Out-of-State
     

 

Program Fee Includes:
Meals Round-trip airfare Accommodations
In-country transportation Supplemental MedEx Insurance Program-related excursions and activities

 

 NOTE: All fees subject to change

 *EF Tours fee will increase on the first of every month.

AIRFARE IS INCLUDED

 

Program Deadlines
Application Deadline: December 16, 2013 Final Payment Due: TBA

 

For information, please contact:


Program Director
URI Faculty-Led Programs Office
Dr. Daniel P. Carpenter
International Center
Language Department
37 Lower College Road
401-874-4703
401-874-5546
carpedone@mail.uri.edu
spoie@etal.uri.edu

 

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