Classical Seminar in Rome Spring Quarter 2017
Open to all students. Financial assistance is available.
Join Professor Kate Topper for Spring Quarter at the historic Palazzo Pio for the Classics Department's 2017 Classical Seminar in Rome. Fifteen credits of coursework includes: on-site study of Rome's most significant ancient monuments and artifacts, with weekly field trips to archaeological sites outside of Rome; in-depth study of houses and villas in ancient Italy as inhabited and written about by the ancient Romans, and additional coursework in Latin or Greek or independent study suited to student needs.
For an outline of program structure and approximate costs the Department of Classics Rome Program Brochure 2017 (PDF) may be consulted. APPLICATION procedures and further information may be found on the International Programs and Exchanges website: please click HERE.
If you have questions about participating in the program or about financial assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.