There are two required courses: one four-credit course in Italian Language, based on your proficiency, and one three-credit core course. You then have the opportunity to choose two or three elective courses.

Arcadia in Rome offers a Business concentration within their Rome center. Arcadia also pairs with Università delgi Studi Roma Tre for an opportunity for students to partake in courses at their institution, including the opportunity to take an Engineering concentration.

  • Make sure your credits transfer back for credit with your home school – this is your responsibility.
  • Please be flexible about courses – we can’t guarantee placement in specific courses.
  • Please review your course choices with your academic or study abroad advisor, and submit the online course registration form to The College of Global Studies at Arcadia University.

Core Course

Core Course
Course IDTitleCreditsSchoolTerm
ROMA RMML 350 At Home in Rome: Modern Life in the Eternal City 3 Spring/Fall PDF

Italian Language

Italian Language
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA ITLN 101 Elementary Italian A1 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ITLN 102 Elementary Italian A1+ 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ITLN 103 Elementary Italian A2 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ITLN 201 Intermediate Italian B1 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ITLN 202 Intermediate Italian B2 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ITLN 301 Advanced Italian C1 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ITLN 302 Advanced Italian C2 4 Spring/Fall PDF

Electives

Archeology
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA ARRB 310 From Rome to Baghdad: Change and Continuity in the Ancient Mediterranean 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Art History
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA AHLT 310 Stealing Cultural Treasures: Looters, Thieves and Forgers 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Business
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA IBUS 300 Fundatmentals of International Business 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA IBUS 302 International Finance 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA MGMT 353 Principles of Organizational Theory, Behavior and Management 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ECMO 380 Advanced Political Economy: The Southern European Debt Crisis in Historical and Theoretical Perspective 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA MGQS 350 Quality Systems 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA MISI 320 Marketing, Innovation and Sustainability 3 Spring/Fall PDF
Cultural Studies
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA SOIT 310 Food and Its Visual Representations. Food Between Sin and Art: From Timalchio's Supper to Babette's Feast and to Contemporary Slow Food Culture 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ENRW 350 Reading and Writing in Rome 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA SOCI 310 The Economics of Organized Crime and Social Innovation 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA THPR 310 Performance in Rome/Rome As Performance 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA AHLT 310 Stealing Cultural Treasures: Looters, Thieves and Forgers 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Economics
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA IBUS 300 Fundatmentals of International Business 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA IBUS 302 International Finance 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA SOCI 310 The Economics of Organized Crime and Social Innovation 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA MGMT 353 Principles of Organizational Theory, Behavior and Management 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ECMO 380 Advanced Political Economy: The Southern European Debt Crisis in Historical and Theoretical Perspective 3 Spring/Fall PDF
Engineering
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA MTRL 201 Introduction to Materials Science 4 Spring PDF
ROMA EMCN 202 Engineering Mechanics 4 Spring PDF
ROMA THMO 203 Thermodynamics 4 Spring PDF
ROMA FLME 204 Fluid Mechanics 4 Spring PDF
ROMA ELEC 205 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 4 Spring PDF
ROMA HEAT 206 Heat Transfer 4 Spring PDF
ROMA FBCL 207 Feedback Control; 4 Spring PDF
Environmental Studies
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA ESSU 360 Sustainability: A Simple Thing That is Hard to Do 4 Spring/Fall PDF
History
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA HSHR 310 Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness: Human Rights in Historical Perspective 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Literature
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA ENRW 350 Reading and Writing in Rome 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Marketing
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA MISI 320 Marketing, Innovation and Sustainability 3 Spring/Fall PDF
Media Studies / Communications
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA MSMM 310 Madness at the Movies 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA MSCT 310 Communications and Social Transformation: Theory and Mediterranean Area Case Studies 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Political Science
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA HSHR 310 Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness: Human Rights in Historical Perspective 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ECMO 380 Advanced Political Economy: The Southern European Debt Crisis in Historical and Theoretical Perspective 3 Spring/Fall PDF
Sociology
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA SOCI 310 The Economics of Organized Crime and Social Innovation 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA AHLT 310 Stealing Cultural Treasures: Looters, Thieves and Forgers 4 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA MSCT 310 Communications and Social Transformation: Theory and Mediterranean Area Case Studies 4 Spring/Fall PDF
Theater
Course IDTitleCreditsTermSyllabus
ROMA THPR 310 Performance in Rome/Rome As Performance 4 Spring/Fall PDF