Summer 2014 Course Offerings
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|Dept/Crse #||Class #||Core||Summer Session I||Dept/Crse #||Class #||Core||Summer Session II|
Tier 2 Theological & Religious Studies Knowledge
|THEO 279||#2339||Tier 2 Theological & Religious Studies Knowledge||Roman Catholicism: In Monotheistic Context (Pintchman)|
|FNAR 342||#2423||Artistic Knowledge & Experience||Art in Rome (Dunn)||THEO 186||#2425||Ethics||Introduction to Religious Ethics (French)|
Artistic Knowledge & Experience
|PHIL 277||#1877||Tier 2 Philosophical Knowledge||Aesthetics: The Aesthetic Experience in Rome (Giacchetti)|
Tier 1 Historical Knowledge (Writing Intensive)
|FNAR 200||#1546||Artistic Knowledge & Experience||Art History: Pre-History to the Renaissance (Kopsiafti)|
Tier 2 Scientific Knowledge
|UCSF 137||#2426||Tier 1 Scientific Knowledge||The Scientific Basis of Environmental Issues (Slavsky)|
|CLST 395||#1942||ENGL 273||#2109||Tier 2 Literary Knowledge||Exploring Fiction (Pacor)|
|CLST 395||#1878||Topography of Rome (Piga)||LITR 269||#1744||Italy Culture/Context (Romano)|
|ITAL 101||#1156||Italian I (Faramondi)||ITAL 101||#1615||Italian I (Lombardi-Diop)|
|ITAL 102||#1323||Italian II (Defraia)||ITAL 102||#1616||Italian II (Cristiani)|
*Please note that additional listings may be forthcoming in September 2013. All courses listed for Summer 2014 are tentative & subject to change.
Inter-session: Faculty-Led Summer Courses: Greece or Spain
Between the first and second JFRC summer sessions, students may wish to enroll in one of two ten-day courses / study trips. One is an exploration of the artistic heritage of classical Greece; the other is an immersion that follows in the footsteps of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Each combination class/study trip will begin Friday, June 20th, and conclude on Sunday, June 29th.
Procedure: Students must apply online for the summer program in Greece, as it is a distinct and separate program from Rome. Once registration for summer opens, the staff in OIP will enroll each student in CLST 206 after he or she has been accepted and has confirmed that acceptance. Students admitted to a JFRC summer session may enroll directly in the THEO 281 pilgrimage course during open registration for summer sessions.
The deadline to drop either course is Monday, March 31. Students may not drop the course themselves in LOCUS. To drop ClSt 206, students must write to Lauren Miranda, Study Abroad Coordinator, at email@example.com to request withdrawal; to drop Theo 281, students must write to Carla Mollica, Academic Services Advisor of the JFRC, at firstname.lastname@example.org to request that she process their withdrawal from the course.
Students who drop THEO 281 after March 31st will incur a $250 cancellation fee, charged against their account by the Bursar.
Because of the need to confirm commitments with hotels and tour companies, payment for the corresponding trip costs is required before May 1. If a course is cancelled, any monies paid by a student will be refunded. If a course meets its enrollment but a student still chooses to drop it after Thursday, May 1, then he or she may be billed for the trip in its entirety (€1,100 or $1,600), though no tuition will be charged.
Costs: Tuition ($2,070) + €1,100 estimated for ten days' lodging, meals, and travel while in Spain (airfare to/from Madrid is not included), Tuition and costs for the trip will be billed on a student's LOCUS account.
CLST 206 Art of Ancient Greece
Costs: Tuition ($2,070) + €1,100 estimated for ten days' lodging, meals, and travel while in Greece (airfare to/from Athens is not included), Tuition and costs for the trip will be billed on a student's LOCUS account.
All courses offered at the JFRC during any of its summer sessions carry three semester hours of credit unless specified otherwise.