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Study Abroad - Italy

Program Description

Students visit and hear lectures on many of the great museums and ruins of Western Civilization in Florence, Rome, and Naples/Pompeii, but they will also experience two significant cultural events - the Balestro del Girifalco on May 24 in Massa Marittima which is one of the largest historical reenactments of medieval Tuscany, and June 2 in Rome, which is a national holiday in Italy commemorating the founding of the Italian Republic.

Program Information

Program Leader

Felix Livingston
Felix R. Livingston. Ph.D.

Department
Business Administration - Honorable Entrepreneurship Program

Program Location
Italy / Ostia, Massa Marittima, Florence, Rome and Naples

Course Titles
BUS 340A Honorable Entrepreneurship in Italy and America
BUS 340B Global Social Enterprise Development and Venture Philanthropy

Dates
05/18/2015 - 06/16/2015

Credit Hours
BUS 340A: 3 semester hours
BUS 340B: 4 semester hours

Eligibility Requirements/Prerequisites
Students who participate in any Flagler College Study abroad program must have attempted 24 institutional hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA or above. Students must also have approval from both the instructor and the office of Academic Affairs. Course Prerequisites for BUS 340 A & B: None

Estimated Student Enrollment
16

Estimated Cost
$8,419