Academics

Trinity College's Rome Campus Rome

Courses: 

  • Drawing from Masterpieces (ROME 120)
  • Introduction to the Art of Rome (ROME 181)
  • Art Conservation (ROME 224)
  • Ancient Art of Rome (ROME 230)
  • Bernini and His World (ROME 340) - Seminar (Old Masters series)
  • Splendors of Early Christian and Medieval Art (ROME 238/338)
  • Intensive Introductory Italian (ROME 101)
  • Advanced Introductory Italian (ROME 102)
  • Intermediate Italian I: Conversation and Composition (ROME 201)
  • Intermediate Italian II: Composition and Introduction to Literary Readings (ROME 202)
  • Italian Culture (ROME 299)
  • Italian Cinema (ROME 217)
  • Food and Culture (ROME 235)
  • The City of Rome (ROME 250)
  • Reading Ancient Rome (ROME 316)
  • Twentieth Century Italy (ROME 345)
  • Economics of Art (ROME 308 and ECON 203)
  • Urban and Global Rome (Rome 270)
  • The European Union: History, Political Economy, and Society (Rome327)
  • Latin and Greek TutorialsRome Internship Seminar (INTR 146)

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Transfer of Credits: Students participating on this program will need to seek the appropriate departmental approval for all major/minor requirements and approval for General Education Requirements through Student Records. All courses on this program appear on the Rollins transcript as transfer credits and the grades are factored into the Rollins GPA. Students who successfully complete this program through Rollins will receive an official transcript from Trinity College. It can take up to 3 months to receive the official transcript.

  • If interested in the internship course in Rome, students must get pre-approval PRIOR to leaving Rollins campus. Otherwise, transfer internship credit will not be approved.

Course Field Trips and Excursions: Included and integrated into the semester programs are academic excursions that expose students to Italy's treasures under the guidance of art history professors. The excursions also incorporate elements that enrich the courses in literature, history, and political science.  

Each semester will include one excursion for the entire group (Fall will be Naples/Pompeii/Capri; Spring will be Venice). In addition, there will be two long weekend held for additional course related academic trips (if enrolled in those courses that require such excursions) or free to travel on one's own.  

Staff and Faculty: The Trinity in Rome faculty include eminent scholars, junior scholars closely involved in immersion, distinguished professionals at key field organizations in Rome, language instructors current in pedagogy, and visiting Faculty from Trinity College, Hartford, in subjects that enhance the Rome Campus curriculum.  Staff on-site provides student support and program administration.

Country: Italy (Italian Republic)

Capital: Rome

Currency: Euro

Language: Italian

Dialing Code: +39

Population: 59 million

Time Zone +/- EST: +6

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