Rome-the "Eternal City" and mythological caput mundi ("head of the world")-is the most ancient of modern cities and the most modern of ancient cities.
Take advantage of a unique opportunity to study and explore this amazing city. Revelle College, The Programs Abroad Office, and the Humanities Department present 2 courses (8 units total) taught in Rome by UCSD History Department Chair and Professor John Marino.
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For Revelle College students, Humanities 3 fulfills one-quarter of the lower-division Humanities requirement; and HIEU 124/VA 122 E may also fulfill one-quarter of the non-contiguous area of focus requirement (you must meet with a Revelle College Academic Counselor to determine applicability towards the Area of Focus). HIEU 124/VA 122 E is cross-listed in History and Visual Arts.
Classes will be limited to 30 students. Attendance to classes is mandatory.
To learn more about Global Seminar, Rome, Italy please visit the Programs Abroad Office web site.
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