Summer 2020 Courses Will be delivered remotely.

Intern Philly offers an exciting mix of coursework, cultural engagement and practical work experience designed to help you make the most of your program. For Summer 2020, you'll complete your courses and internship projects online, using video conferencing, event streaming and other tools to engage with professors, students and employers throughout your program.

Intern Philly's Cornerstone Course, Work in Thought & Action, is a dynamic experiential education course providing the reflection framework and research support to maximize your learning from a work placement experience and connect it to both your course of study and your career aspirations. 

Option 1 (6-9 credits):

internship Placement (3.5 days per week), Cornerstone Course, 1-2 Electives

Option 2 (3 credits):

internship Placement (4 days per week), Cornerstone Course

 

Internship Cornerstone Course

Course ID Title Credits Syllabus
INPR 210S Internship Seminar 3 PDF

 

Electives

 
Session 1: June 1–26
Session 2: July 6–31
Minimum GPA – 2.0

Summer students have a wide choice of courses for Option 1, joining students from Arcadia's Virtual Europe program. Students may enroll for one online course per session. They are able to combine courses and/or internship placements from different centers on this program across sessions. They may combine an internship with online courses, for a maximum of nine credits for Summer 2020.

Center Course Credits Session Syllabus VIDEO
London Sickness in the City: A Social History of Pandemics in London 3 Sessions 1 & 2 PDF View
London The State We’re In: Issues and Tensions in Post-Brexit Britain 3 Sessions 1 & 2 PDF View
London The London Stage in Text & Performance 3 Sessions 1 & 2 PDF View
London The Original Youth Culture: Teenagers & Subculture in Postwar Britain 3 Sessions 1 & 2 PDF View
London Trans-Atlantic Literature 3 Sessions 1 & 2 PDF  
Dublin Modern Ireland: A Social & Cultural History 3 Session 2 PDF View
Rome International Business Strategy & Management: Exploring the Italian Model 3 Sessions 1 & 2 PDF View
Rome Beginning Italian 1 3 Session 1 PDF View
Rome Beginning Italian 2 3 Session 2 PDF  
Edinburgh An Introduction to Scottish History: Beginnings to Present Day 3 Session 1 PDF View
Edinburgh Scottish Popular Culture and Philosophy: From Hume to Harry Potter 3 Session 1 PDF View
Edinburgh Museum Studies Program - An Introduction to Scottish History: Beginnings to Present Day 3 Session 1 PDF  
Edinburgh Museum Studies Program -  Building Exhibitions in the History Museum: A Scottish Perspective 3 Session 2 PDF  
Barcelona A Declaration of Independence: Barcelona in the 21st Century 3 Sessions 1 & 2 PDF View
Granada Literatura y Cultura de la España Post Franco* 3 Session 1 PDF View
Granada
Literatura Medieval y del Siglo de Oro de España* 3 Session 2 PDF View
*These courses are taught in Spanish and completion of the 4th semester of college-level Spanish (e.g., Intermediate 2) is a prerequisite.

 

Museum Studies Experiential Learning

The Curation & Interpretation course includes Guest Lectures by Dr David Clarke, former Keeper of Archeology, National Museums Scotland and Curation Workshops led by heritage management professionals from Historic Environment Scotland and Hopetoun House.