Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Summer Architecture Class in Italy – Info Session Feb. 15
Study the Architectural Monuments of Italy
May 23-June 5, 2011
Rome & Venice
AET 486/ ARC 586 Architectural Monuments (4 credits)
The course is open to undergraduate and graduate architecture students, as well as non-majors – only a desire to learn about Italian architecture is required!
Information Session: Tuesday, Feb. 15, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in Auerbach 420
Architecture Professor Dan Davis will be taking a group of students to Italy this summer, where the streets and squares of Rome and Venice will form the classrooms for students to study the history of the cities and learn the design principles of their architecture.
Start your journey in the eternal city of Rome and visit the Pantheon, Roman Forum and the Capitol. Travel by train to Venice, the city of bridges. Experience a city where cars are banned and people get around by boat! Visit the Palazzo Ducale and the Basilica di San Marco.
10 students: undergraduate $3,360; graduate $4,110
12 students: undergraduate $3,155; graduate $3,900
$1,000 deposit due Feb. 15 to secure your spot!
Students will earn 4 UH credits. Tuition includes: housing in 3-star hotels, breakfasts, welcome dinner, train ticket from Rome to Venice, scheduled excursions, entrance fees, and public transportation pass for entire stay in Rome and Venice.
For application materials and scholarship information, visit the Study Abroad website.
Download a flyer about the Italy trip.
Dan Davis at 860-768-4094, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Reuter at 860-768-5101, email@example.com