Number of courses is dependent on term of program.
Summer I or II students choose 1-2 courses. Summer III students choose 2-4 courses.
Semester students choose 4-6 courses, of which one is required to be an Italian course (all levels available.)
All courses are 3 credits (45 contact hours) unless otherwise noted.
Apart from Italian Language and Literature courses, each course is taught in English.
Please check with your home institution about your school’s transfer credit process. You are likely to need your courses approved prior to program participation. For more questions on this process, please contact Sant'Anna Academic Director Marco Marino at firstname.lastname@example.org. For application, contact Sant'Anna Assistant Program Coordinator Serena Vacca at email@example.com.
Sant'Anna Institute is proud to use the experiential learning model where students engage with their professors via site visits. For example, Volcanology students spend a day at Mount Vesuvius. Archaeology students spend a day at Pompeii. Business students have site visits at local businesses. Please click on the course name for more information and sample syllabi.
All courses are subject to demand and adequate enrollment.
Courses are offered through Jacksonville University (Florida) which is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Non Jacksonville University students can apply to transfer course credits to their home institution by submitting their Jacksonville University transcript.
Internship and Service Learning Internship Introduction to Civic Engagement EDU 312SI Italian StudiesElementary Italian Language WL 101Pre-Intermediate Italian Language WL 102Intermediate Italian Language WL 201Upper Intermediate Italian Language WL 202Advanced Italian Language WL 301Special Topics: Post-Advanced Italian WL 325Medieval Italian Literature I - Dante WL 325Medieval Italian Literature II WL 325Modern Italian Literature WL 325Contemporary Italian Literature WL 325Classical Studies Elementary Latin WL 101Pre-Intermediate Latin WL 102Introductory Ancient Greek WL 101Humanities and ArtsIntroductory Writing ENGL 103Creative Writing ENG 306WIWorld Literature ENGL 203Special Topics: History of Art from Ancient Greece to Italian Renaissance ARH 376Special Topics: Archaeology Field Study HUM 399 World Geography GEOG 200
Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 101History of Italian Cinema FVA 276Special Topics: Drawing on Location ART 375Introduction to digital photography ART 205Business StudiesCompeting in the Global Environment INB 303Sustainability SUST 335Entrepreneurship and the New Economy ENT 481Principles of Marketing MKG 301Social SciencesIntroduction to Sociology SOC 203 World Religions RELG 101 Special Topics: History of Contemporary Italy HIST 350Special Topics: History of the Mafia HIST 350Western Civilization Since 1648 HIST 165Anthropology of Europe JU 330Special Topics: Mediterranean Culture and History IS 305 International Politics POL 208Special Topics: Human Rights JU 330 Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies: History, Theory, Practice WGS 201 - Offered from Summer 2019Sciences and Natural SciencesIntroduction to Geology JU 330Introduction to Volcanology JU 330Introduction to Marine Biology MSC 311Special Topics: Marine Conservation MSC 430 Marine Biology of the Mediterranean MSC 189 (4 credits) - Only offered in Summer II 2019
CommunicationInternational Multimedia Journalism: Communication, Culture, and the Amalfi Coast COMM 452 - Only offered in Summer I 2019 Introduction to Multimedia Journalism in the Mediterranean COMM 217 - Only offered in Summer II 2019 Hospitality and Tourism
International tourism (4 credits) JU 330
Foundations of Hospitality Management* (3 credits) JU 330Event Management* (3 credits) JU 330Food and Beverage Management* (3 credits) JU 330
Available from Fall 2019. Please check later for updates on course offering.
*Offered from Fall 2019
All courses whose code starts with number 3, are upper level courses.
Please email Academic Director Marco Marino (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need the course syllabi.