Italian Language and Culture in Florence Courses

You are not required to have previously studied Italian. You will take between three to seven credits total over seven weeks. You have the option between one course for 3 to 4-credits or two courses totaling 6 to 7-credits. You are only required to take one three to four credit course, additional courses may cause an increase in tuition.

  • 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.

Choosing Your Courses

Please list your courses in order of preference.

Curricular changes in the summer are very rare, but may occur, and are always subject to enrollment. Please choose alternate courses.

You may choose ONE of the following course options:

  • One course for 3 - 4 credits
  • Two courses for 6 - 7 credits

You are only required to take one 3 - 4 credit course. Taking a second course, for an additional 3 - 4 credits, is optional and will result in increased tuition cost. Once you have signed up for a total of 6 - 7 credits, you cannot drop below that number credits. To change your course selection you must have the permission of Accademia Italiana.


Liberal Arts
Course IDTitleCreditsSchoolTermSyllabus
ACCF ITLN 101S Italian Language, Beginning Level 4 ACCF Summer PDF
ACCF ITLN 201S Italian Language, Intermediate Level 4 ACCF Summer PDF
ACCF ITLN 301S Italian Language, Advanced Level 4 ACCF Summer PDF
ACCF AHMI 310S Michelangelo and His Works 3 ACCF Summer PDF
Studio Arts
Course IDTitleCreditsSchoolTermSyllabus
ACCF SALD 101S Life Drawing I 3 ACCF Summer PDF
ACCF SAPT 110S Painting Techniques I 3 ACCF Summer PDF
ACCF SAPF 310S Photographing Florence 3 ACCF Summer PDF
Fashion Design
Course IDTitleCreditsSchoolTermSyllabus
ACCF FDFI 101S Fashion Illustration - Introduction to Figure Drawing 3 ACCF Summer PDF