Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, Business, Classical Studies, Communication, Culture, Economics, English, Film, History, Independent Study, International Relations, Italian Language & Literature, Jewish Studies, Marketing, Media Studies, Philosophy, Photography, Political Science, Religion/Theology, Sociology, Studio Art
CEA Rome Center & CEA/Providence College Center for Theology and Religious Studies
The Liberal Arts & Sciences curriculum at the CEA Rome Center makes study abroad in Rome easy to fit into your major. Courses are taught in English by our international faculty, who make full use of Rome's monuments, institutions, and businesses as learning venues. An Italian Language course is mandatory in fall and spring and is available at all levels to assist in your curricular and co-curricular learning.
Rome -- the "Eternal City" -- has enjoyed the status of a global power and cultural leader for more than two millennia. Today, Rome remains a hub of contemporary culture, art, music, cuisine, and fashion, as well as one of Europe's political and economic capitals. Rome is the cradle of Christianity, neighbor to Vatican City and the Pope, and home to nearly 900 churches. Romans themselves are gregarious and passionate, and their love for their history and culture is contagious.
CEA courses enhance your experience of this complex city, highlighting Rome and Italy's past and current importance in such fields as archaeology, history, business, art history, religion, and politics. Rome offers you an educational environment unavailable anywhere else.
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.