When in Rome

Next spring, 24 Pace students will spend three weeks earning six credits. Oh, and the best part? They’ll be studying and exploring in Rome. Find out how you can take part in this experience of a lifetime.

One of Pace’s most popular travel courses, INT197G Rome: The Eternal City, is a three-week course at the end of the spring semester, which gives students the unique opportunity to explore the Colosseum, marvel at the Sistine Chapel ceiling, visit the Vatican, and study in one of the world’s most beautiful cities, all while earning six–that’s right, SIX–credits.

With the city as your text, this interdisciplinary course, led by Dyson Philosophy and Religious Studies Professor Larry Hundersmarck, PhD, will bring to life the history, art, architecture, religion, and culture of Rome.

The cost of the trip will be $5,400-5,900 (depending on the number of people going to Rome), and includes airfare, airport ground transportation, lodging at the Villa Marignoli (“The Last Castle in Rome”), a day trip to spectacular Florence, admission to world-class museums, and three transfer credits. This course in Rome offers six undergraduate credits that are less expensive than six summer credits taken on campus.

You can register for this course as part of spring registration: INT 197G Spring Term 2012. Make sure to register soon as space is limited and slots fill up quickly!

Click here to watch a video about this travel course and hear more from Professor Hundersmarck.