Experience history up close this Summer 2022 through a faculty-led study abroad program in Florence. Don’t forget to attend a scheduled informational session. See you in Florence this Summer 2022!
Florence Summer Program
The Florence Study Abroad Program takes students to the heart of the Renaissance in Florence, Italy. From Dante's house to Brunelleschi's architectural marvels to the sculpted masterpieces of Michelangelo, the sights, sounds, and smells of Florence will become our classroom. Spreading out from Florence, we will also foray into the remote past, exploring Tuscany's beginning under the famed Etruscans. We will survey, first hand, the artistic, architectural, and literary achievements of Italy's first civilizations, its rise to glory under Rome, its intriguing medieval history, and its cultural flowering as the center of the Renaissance.
All students will also participate in a survival Italian course consisting of 3 hours per week intended to help better navigate the city and culture.
Location: Florence, Italy
Dates: May 21 - June 30, 2022
Courses: ANTH 348/HIST 500 (3 units) and GENS 450/HIST 506 (3 units)
Faculty Leaders: Dr. Elizabeth Pollard, [email protected]dsu.edu and Dr. Brad Kirkegaard, [email protected]
Virtual Information Sessions: https://SDSU.zoom.us/j/87356479087
- Thursday, Jan 27, 2022 from 12pm – 1pm
- Friday, Feb. 11, 2022 from 11am - 12pm
- Friday, Feb. 25, 2022 from 1pm - 2pm
Other Study Abroad Programs & Opportunities
To browse the numerous other study abroad opportunities available at SDSU, visit Aztecs Abroad, the database of all pre-approved study abroad programs. From short-term, semester and yearlong study abroad programs, to international internships, service-learning or research opportunities, SDSU provides hundreds of options for students to incorporate an international experience into their SDSU experience.
Don’t miss out on the numerous study abroad scholarship opportunities available. Visit the CAL Study Abroad Scholarships page to learn about SDSU scholarships, as well as external scholarships and grants.