Loyola University Chicago

John Felice Rome Center

Summer Course Offerings

Summer at the JFRC

Summer Session 2022

Dates: May 20-June 24
Program fees include: Tuition, 2 classes (6 credits), housing, some meals, emergency medical and travel insurance

Option 1:

  • There's nothing like summer in la Città Eterna! Get ahead with your core requirements throughout our five week session while learning from some of the JFRC's finest faculty. With the possibility of on-site classes to turn Rome into your classroom, the JFRC is so much more than just studying abroad. It's an immersive global education at your fingertips.
    • Here are Summer 2022 course offerings:
Dept & Crse #Class #Course TitleCore Area / Pre-requisites / Notes
CLST 276 2856 World of Classical Rome Tier 2 Historical core; Course fee
ENVS 283 2501 Environmental Sustainability Tier 2 Scientific core
FNAR 342 2497; 2846 Art in Rome; Art in Rome Artistic; Course Fee
HIST 101 2499 The Evolution of Ideas & Institutions to the 17th Century Tier 1 Historical core
ITAL 101 2440 Italian I  
ITAL 102 2441 Italian II  
LITR 280 2500 World Masterpieces in Translation Tier 2 Literary core
PHIL 181 2449 Ethics Ethics
THEO 266 2496 Church and Global Cultures Tier 2 Theological core
THEO 279 2447 Roman Catholicism Tier 2 Theological core; Course Fee
WSGS 201 2498 Contemporary Topics in WSGS: Migration, Identity, Sexuality Tier 2 Societal & Cultural core / Writing Intensive

Option 2: 

  • Two paired sequences or "fusion experiences" will be offered. These specially-designed pairs will involve instruction on campus as well as travel to the specified reqion of Italy for instruction and an immersive on-site experience.
    • World of Classical Rome / Intro to Classical Archaeology Rome (Sicily) This is a great opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience with ancient history as you explore the ruins of Sicily and participate in archaeological fieldwork! Splitting time between the John Felice Rome Center and Sicily, students will explore the culture, food and history they immerse themselves in.
    • Foundations of Photography / Food & Wine of Italy (Abruzzo) Between Rome and the majestic hills of the region of Abruzzo, students interested in comparative cultures, photography or international studies will experience Italy through food, wine and the people they will meet.