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School of Education

Study in Rome: SOE Undergraduate

Summer 2014

Undergraduate Summer Session I
May 18 - 31, 2014
Rome Center

Loyola University Chicago's School of Education again offers summer study sessions at Loyola's Rome Center campus in Italy for undergraduate students.

All School of Education courses at Loyola's John Felice Rome Center make use of the vast cultural resources of this world-class city and involve on-site instruction. In addition, activities are scheduled for students that expand interaction with Rome and with the Italian way of life.

  

Calendar - 2014

March 1  Reservations must be received by this date, Submit early, class fill up immediately!
April 15 Full payment of room charge is due
April 25 Mandatory 2 hour pre-departure orientation, 6:00-8:00 PM, Water Tower Campus
May 18 Opening lunch and orientation at the John Felice Rome Center, 1:30 p.m.
May 19 Classes begin
May 30 Classes end, final dinner event
May 31 Program officially closes, and participants are expected to vacate the Rome Center by 10 a.m.

 

General Information

Why Rome in 2014?
All roads continue to lead to Rome as the center of culture and political events. Because of its importance throughout the development of Western culture, Rome provides an exceptional vantage point for considering the flow of history. For anyone who seeks to understand the cultural context for the work of schools, Rome is an essential experience. The School of Education is particularly fortunate that Loyola University Chicago's own John Felice Rome Center can provide students with comfortable accommodations and excellent facilities for study and exploration.

Why consider a two-week program?
The full liberal arts education promoted by Loyola calls for study at the Rome Center to enable students to better understand the present through historical roots and to more fully appreciate the culture of contemporary America through the experience of living abroad. Since many students cannot devote an entire academic year or even a full semester to study in Rome, the School of Education has developed a two-week program. During this program, students take a specially designed course that uses the Eternal City and its rich resources as a dynamic classroom.

 

Courses Offered

During Summer Session I 2014 (May 18-31), the following undergraduate courses will be offered at the Rome Center:

Click the course number to view the syllabus for that course in PDF format.

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Contact Us

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Janis Fine
School of Education
Loyola University Chicago
820 N. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
312.915.7022
E-mail: jfine@luc.edu

Loyola

School of Education
820 N. Michigan Ave., Lewis Towers 11th Floor
Chicago, IL 60611
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