Cornell in Rome - Liberal Studies
Rome, ItalyCornell in Rome - Liberal Studies
The only track approved for Amherst College credit open to non-Cornell student is the Liberal Studies in Rome. Students have the option to choose courses in art history, architecture history, Italian, drawing, Italian cinema, and photography. Students attending the spring semester may be able to choose courses from urban studies so long as they fall within the liberal arts.
Students are expected to take an Italian class as one of their courses on the program.Language(s) of instruction available: English, Italian
No language study is required, but Amherst expects students to take an Italian course as part of their studies on the program.
Academic specialties: Anthropology, Architecture Studies, Art and the History of Art, Economics, European Studies, Fine Arts, History, Visual Arts, Social Sciences, Humanities
Amherst approved: Yes
Student evaluations: https://www.amherst.edu/mm/439297
Housing: Apartment with international students