The city of Rome is a living museum. As the center of the powerful and long-lived Roman Empire, the city's ancient past has served as the foundation for an uninterrupted history spanning the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque eras, all of which live on as integral parts of the lives of modern Romans today. And so this city of the Colosseum, the Circus Maximus, and the Vatican is not just about the past, it is a lively city filled with energetic people, incredible food, and an active nightlife. Rome is the perfect place to study abroad, combining an unparalleled history, art, and architecture to study while you experience a fascinating modern culture and people.
The CSUSM program in Rome will focus on the ancient history and lasting legacy of the Roman Empire in the visible remains, living structures, and works of art in the city of Rome over the course of twenty-two days under the guidance of Dr. Darel Engen. Most days there will be a two-hour class meeting in the morning followed in the afternoon by a two to three hour visit to an important site or museum. One thing is for sure, students will make Rome their living classroom.
December 26, 2019- January 17, 2020 (depart December 26 to arrive December 27)
Undergraduate: History 304A and History 304B (topics in history); will satisfy upper-divsion GE (CC & DD)
Graduate: Two History 699s (independent study)
Six units will be awarded as detailed above, History 304A and History 304B or two History 699s.
All students will stay in the 4-star Best Western Hotel Universo in Rome. Students will be accommodated in twin rooms with private bathrooms.
$3,600**+ Extended Learning Fees, estimated at $492 for six units
All fees include airport pick-up and drop-off, transportation pass in country, accommodation, welcome and farewell dinners, daily breakfast, most excursions and medical insurance. Airfare and personal expenditures NOT included in the program cost, estimated at $1,860.
Additional Expenses to Budget:
Airfare: $800 (great deals are out there for those who book early)
Meals: $660 (estimated at $30/day; you may spend more or less)
Spending money: $500 (depends on the individual, could spend more or less)
**Program price will be reduced to $3,400 if more than 20 students enroll!
Please be sure to read the fine print concerning change fees, taxes, luggage restrictions, etc. before booking. Whenever possible, book directly with an airline.
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