- Salerno, Italy
- Days and Times
- May 20 - June 28, 2019
- Course Description
Join College faculty and other IU students on a six-week summer program in Salerno, Italy, that will challenge and inspire you! Through three courses with IU professors in Anthropology, Art History, and Geology, you'll experience the breadth and depth of Italian culture, food, and history while exploring the Amalfi coast. All credits are IU-awarded, so you'll make progress in your degree while earning GenEd and CASE credits. The program includes excursions to a family bakery, Vesuvius and Pompeii, Paestum Greek temples, a limoncello producer, the Naples Cathedral and crypt, Amalfi, an olive oil producer, and lots more!
Brian Gilley, with teaching from Jim Brophy and Sarah Bassett
Deadline extended to February 15, 2019; applications received after that date will be reviewed as space allows
Estimated $3500 + airfare + 9 credits of IU summer tuition
Students must have been at IU for one full year and have a 3.0 GPA. Must be prepared for full days with lots of walking, sometimes in heat.