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Study Abroad

Returning from Study Abroad and don't see your credits transferred? See Transfer Credit and Equivalency guidelines.

Are you an Art History major with questions about studying abroad? Talk to your major advisor and consult the links below.

Tulane's Office of Study Abroad (OSA)
Art History program listings at the OSA

STUDY ART HISTORY THIS SUMMER IN ROME! May 31 - June 25, 2021

Professor Holly Flora offers ARHS 3910 Art of Renaissance Italy, and ARHS 3911 Museum Education: An International Perspective in Tulane's unique program in Rome, Italy. These courses both fulfill the following requirements: Aesthetics & Creative Arts, Global Perspectives, Western Traditions, and Writing Tier-1. You can take both, or choose an art history class and a class in psychology or education.

study abroad flyer 2021, Summer in Italy. Ferrara, Italy

Summer Abroad in Rome, Italy

May 31 - June 25, 2021
Price: $6800

Application Deadline: March 15, 2021

Students will spend one month in Rome, the capital city of Italy, home to the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Trevi Fountain, whose history spans 28 centuries. Students will have the option to choose two (3-credit hour) courses in Education, Art History, and/or Psychology. All courses are taught in English. This is Tulane’s ONLY approved summer Study Abroad for 2021.
Included: Tuition, University & transcript fees, Accommodation, Opening & closing dinner, Class field trips, Field trip and some group meals, Pick up at airport and comprehensive medical & emergency insurance. This summer abroad experience also offers a wealth of culture, community, and content. Students will have the option to choose two (3-credit hour) courses in Education, Art History, and Psychology. These courses focus on the Reggio Emilia Approach to Education, the growth and development of children and adolescents, and art appreciation in Italy. Reserve your space! Apply now! Contact Dr. Shannon Blady for more information.

Students will have the option to choose two (3-credit hour) courses in Education, Art History, and Psychology. Students from any major or classification (i.e., freshmen, seniors, or graduates) are welcome to join this rewarding and inspiring abroad experience. All courses are tought in English.

Please direct any inquiries about Study in Rome to program director Dr. Shannon Blady at sblady@tulane.edu. For a full list of courses and to apply, please see global.tulane.edu.

Program changes/alterations may occur due to COVID-19. Contact osa@tulane.edu with COVID-related questions or concerns.

2021 Tulane Summer in Rome flyer