How Does Italy Abroad Work?
Academic ModulesWhile classes begin during the regular Bryan semester, they fall into a modular schedule during the Italy portion of the semester. You will take nineteen credit hours in intensive modules; some modules offer two concurrent classes to choose from. Lectures run 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday with an extended lunch break. Homework for the next day is completed each evening. This system enables students to enjoy a deep, intensive look at each subject with their professor and classmates. If you have any special course needs, in addition to courses offered in Italy, please see your academic advisor. Apply here !
Spring 2014 Classes (3 credits each unless otherwise indicated)
- CM 210: Cross-Cultural Missions & Evangelism
- FA 311: Introduction to Fine Arts
- HIST 112: History of Western Civilization II or HIS 252: Church History II
- BIB 222: Old Testament Literature or BIB 334: Gospels
- BIB 329: Acts
- CT 340: Contemporary Apologetics
- CT 205: CLF- Gospel in Cultural Life (1 credit) <watch a video>
2013-14 Program Costs
Students pay Bryan tuition, room & board, plus a program fee (listed below). Bryan financial aid applies to this program.
- Early Registration program fee: $3,495 (application due Feb. 25 for fall 2013 and Aug. 1 for spring 2014)
- Regular program fee: $3,695 (application due May 1, 2013 for fall 2013 and Nov. 15 for spring 2014)
- A $200 non-refundable deposit is due two weeks after application has been approved and is applied towards overall program fee (final payment of $3,295/$3,495 will be applied to semester school bill)
These monies cover all education-related costs in Italy including housing, school travel, food, etc. Students are responsible for travel from their home departure airport to Venice (VCE), spring break travel, textbooks, and personal expenses.