Rome Internship Program Courses

You will enroll in the internship cornerstone course (4 credits) and then choose four courses (3-4 credits each) from optional Italian language and a varied selection of electives offered in English by the Arcadia Rome Center and our academic partner institution, Università degli Studi Roma Tre.

  • Please review your courses with your academic or study abroad advisor to ensure they will transfer back to your home school and that you are following your home school’s policies.
  • Please be flexible – we can’t guarantee specific courses. If your participation in the program depends on a particular course, be sure to make a note on your online course form.

Choosing Your Courses

When completing your course selection form:

  • Review all course information for the program carefully.
  • You are required to enroll in the Internship Cornerstone Course.
  • Secure approval for at least six elective courses.
  • Please list courses in order of preference.

Internship Cornerstone Course

Course ID Title Credits School Term
ROMA INPR 310 Work in Thought and Action 4 Spring/Fall PDF

Electives

Course ID Title Credits Term Syllabus
ROMA ITLN Italian Language 3 Spring/Fall *
*Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced levels are taught. Syllabi available upon request.
Course ID Title Credits Term Syllabus
ROMA SASR 310 Sketching Rome: Introduction to Drawing 3 Spring/Fall PDF 
ROMA AHMH 320 Museum Practices in Rome: The History of Collecting and Exhibiting Art 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA IBUS 300 International Business Strategy and Management 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA IBUS 302 International Finance 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA MSCT 310 Communications and Social Transformation: Theory and Mediterranean Area Case Studies 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA SOIT 310 Food Studies: Art, Culture and Society 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ECMO 380 Political Economy of the EU: Crisis & Change 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA THMO 203 Thermodynamics 4 Spring PDF
ROMA MTRL 201 Introduction to Materials Science 4 Spring PDF
ROMA FLME 204 Fluid Mechanics 4 Spring PDF
ROMA SOCI 310 The Economics of Organized Crime and Social Innovation 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA PSMO 380 Political Economy of the EU: Crisis & Change 3 Spring/Fall PDF
ROMA ISSN 289 Sport, Identity and Nationalism 3 Spring PDF

Enrollment Process

Online course registration will take place several weeks before your program begins. You will select your courses based on the timetable provided at that time and you should use the online course form you submitted as a guide.


Grade Scale

The following information is vetted and provided by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) on the Electronic Database for Global Education (EDGE).

PERCENTAGE U.S. EQUIVILENT
97 – 100% A+
93 – 96% A
90 – 92% A-
87 – 89% B+
83 – 86% B
80 – 82% B-
77 – 79% C+
73 – 76% C
70 – 72% C-
67 – 69% D+
65 – 66% D
0 – 64% F
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