International Programs

Rome, Italy

UNCP in partnership with John Cabot University (JCU ) in Rome has been specifically designed to fill the needs of all UNCP students in the following ways:

  1. To pursue studies in Rome.
  2. To develop an understanding of Italian culture and language in Rome.
  3. To facilitate the ability of students to critically think in an international environment.

Rome

There is no better way to prepare oneself for a successful and productive role in today’s global world than to choose an education mixing the wealth of a true international experience with the outstanding qualities of the U.S. university system. (JCU Website).

Coursework

UNCP students will register for 6 credit hours at John Cabot (12 credits for a semester). Summer course options offered (preliminary):

 

John Cabot University Summer I/II

(Subject to Change)
(3 Credits each)

AH 181

Politics and Power in Roman Architecture: Augustus to Mussolini

AH 181

Politics and Power in Roman Architecture: Augustus to Mussolini

AH 290

Ancient Rome and its Monuments

AH 291

Medieval Rome and its Monuments

AH 294

Renaissance Rome and its Monuments

AH 375

Special Topics in Baroque Art

AS 110

Drawing: Rome Sketchbook

AS 289

Digital Photography

BUS 220

Business Communications

CL 299

Rome in the Cinema

CL 299

Ancient Eats: Food in Ancient Rome

COM 315

European Mass Media

CMS/TH 241

Italian Cinema

EC 316

International Economics

EN 105

English Composition II

EN 205

Introduction to Creative Writing

EN 221

Masterpieces of World Literature

FIN 301

Finance

FIN 312

Investment Analysis

FIN 330

International Finance

HS 399

The Other America

IT 101

Introductory Italian

IT 102

Introductory Italian II

IT 201

Intermediate Italian I

ITS 299

Italian Studies (In English): Language, Culture and Italian Identity

MGT 301

Principles of Management

MGT 426

International Management

MKT 301

Principles of Marketing

MKT 330

International Marketing

PH 299

Philosophy of Art and Aesthetics in Rome

PL 215

Italian Politics and Society

PL 320

Public International Law

PL 399

Contemporary Slavery and Human Trafficking

SOC 299

Sociology of Southern Italy

Courses must be pre-approved before a student will be given approval to apply. For course description at JCU, please click here. For semester course opportunities, please click here.


Enrollment

Unlimited.     

Program Dates
Summer I and/or Summer II, Semester I, Semester II, or Full-Year Options.

Program Location

Only in Rome can you sip cappuccino at a café in front of the Pantheon, buy grapes at a centuries-old market, and have an audience with the pope–all in one morning. For a mix of spectacular art, grand history, and exuberant street life, no other city comes close. (Source: Fodor’s)

Rome is a city of vivid and unforgettable images: the view of the city's silhouette from Janiculum Hill at dawn, the array of broken marble columns and ruins of temples of the Roman Forum, St. Peter's dome against a pink-and-red sunset, capping a gloriously decorated basilica. (Source: Frommer’s)

Romans know how to live the good life. After you've done your duty to culture by wandering through the Colosseum and being awed by the Pantheon, after you've traipsed through St. Peter's Basilica and thrown a coin in the Trevi Fountain, you can pause to experience the charm of the Roman evening. Find a cafe at summer twilight and watch the shades of pink turn to gold and copper before night finally falls. That's when another Rome comes alive; restaurants and cafes grow more animated, especially if you've found one on an ancient hidden piazza or along a narrow alley deep in Trastevere. After dinner, you can have a gelato and stroll by the fountains through Piazza Navona, and the night is yours. (Source: Frommer’s)

Language Requirements

Classes will be taught in English (with the exception of Italian Language).

Cost

JCU Tuition and Fees 

Additional information:

  • Meals are not included.
  • Minimum G.P.A. required is 2.50.
  • Student's will purchase airplane tickets.
  • Students will purchase International Student Health Insurance.

Financial Aid

In order to qualify for financial aid a student must be registered for full-time studies during the summer semester (6 credit hours) and fall/spring semester (12 credits). Most grants, loans, or scholarships should apply, but please direct all questions about student financial aid eligibility to the Financial Aid Office .

NOTE: All tuition, fees, room, and board will be paid directly to John Cabot University in Rome.

Application

All students at UNC Pembroke are eligible to participate in this Study Abroad, provided that they meet the following minimum requirements:

  • JCU Online Application. Must pay application fee to JCU.
  • UNCP Application. Available at the IP Office.
  • Completion of 30 credits at departure (15 in residence, minimum, at application).
  • Approved program of study.
  • 2.50 GPA at time of application.
  • Conduct report.  Applicants must be in Good Academic Standing and have no outstanding holds at UNCP.

Application and Payment Deadline is:

Summer Programs is April 15th.

Semester Programs are June 1st and November 15th.