Study Abroad in Italy Art History Undergraduate Programs
A Study Art History Abroad in Italy program may be a fantastic way to combine travel with your passion for the study and historical development of objects of art. Take in the genres and styles of painting, architecture and sculpture as well as the museums and monuments in a country that has more UNESCO World Heritage Sites than any other country worldwide.[i] Earn valuable undergraduate academic credits while you immerse yourself in the Italian language and culture.
Why Study Art History Abroad in Italy?
Studying art history abroad in Italy may be considered an interactive textbook. While you will take formal classroom courses, you also get the opportunity to view first-hand the works of art you may be learning about. Perhaps you will see works by Leonardo Da Vinci, or Michelangelo in their original settings, or take a tour of the leaning tower of Pisa. Browse through a variety of sponsored listings for Art History Study Abroad Programs in popular cities such as Milan, Florence or Rome.
FUN FACT: To say “art history” in Italian, you might say ‘storia dell’arte’.
SRISA offers American University level undergraduate courses taught in English in a variety of areas of study. All classes, with the exception of Italian, are taught in English. Most students choose to study for one or two semesters.
Discover European art and architecture with a special focus on the works that you will be able to visit in Barcelona, Paris, Milan, and more! Study incredible masterpieces and then see them in real life!
7 competitions awarding 21 scholarships for the master of Arts Degree starting October 2015 are waiting for you: Master of Arts in Fashion and Textile Design in partnership with Rosato Master of Arts in Interior Design in partnership with Fondazione Vic
By enrolling in two purposefully paired LdM summer courses, study abroad students can feel confident knowing their Italian summer is well spent, coupling pre-professional development with specialized enrichment.
The course will examine the religious, doctrinal,spiritual and hagiographic traditions of Catholic Christianity as it was lived in the Empire of Venice through religious art as well as current devotional practice, ceremonies and traditions still extant to
Experience Europe and this three week summer program: England, France, Germany, and Italy. Attend Shakespeare at the Globe in London, open your eyes to a guided tour of the Louvre in Paris and marvel at Bernini’s St. Theresa in Rome. The European Cultural
Selected subjects from this course:
* Art History
* Color Theory
* Three Dimensional Design
* Foundation of Drawing and Painting
* Introduction to Art
* Shoe Design
* Computer Aided Shoe Design
* Introduction to Line Building
* Shoe Drawing
Among Italian language schools for foreigners, the Galilei Institute is unique in its exclusive specializing in one-to-one, personalized, full immersion courses specifically designed for professionals and students. Established in 1985, the Galilei Institu
St. John's courses abroad often focus on experiential learning, whether through site visits, Academic Service-Learning, or city-based projects. It’s just another way to help you make the most of your experience, focusing your time on the amazing places wh
The Program's ideology is based on the compelling impact that firsthand observation and perception have on drawing and painting. Students will work on location taking their inspiration from the evocative ruins, churches, Renaissance palaces, museums, stre
You enroll in one course for 3 credits.
The focus of the course is to examine the early Christian church from the role Pontius Pilate played in the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, to the inception and adoption of Nicene Christianity throughout the Roman Emp
Academic Focus: Art History (Ancient Roman and Baroque Art and Architecture), Classics, History. This program is open to all majors, but may be particularly suitable to students with academic interests in the majors listed above.
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Undergraduate courses in art, art history, business, criminal justice, dance, environmental and earth sciences, GenEd (Arts, Science and Technology), Greek and Roman classics, history, Italian language, media studies and production, and political science.
ARCH 3910 Alabaster Sculpture (3cr)
ARCH 3170 Social History of Art in Italy (3cr)
ITL 1150 Italian Language and Culture (3cr)
ARCH 3290 Who Owns the Past? (3cr)
Please see the website for course descriptions. All students are required to