Academics

Course Schedules and Syllabi at John Cabot University in Rome

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Fall Semester 2012

CodeTitleInstructorPeriodSyll
AH 141 World Art I: Visual Culture from the Stone Age to Late Antiquity Wilberding ErickTTH 19:30-20:45 View syllabus
AH 143 World Art III: Visual Culture of the Renaissance and Baroque Worlds (Partially on-site) Smyth CarolynTTH 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
AH 181 Politics and Power in Roman Architecture - Augustus to Mussolini (On-site: activity fee €25 or $33) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 8:30-11:15) (On-site: activity fee €25 or $33) Foster LauraT 9:15-12:00 View syllabus
AH 190-1 Cities, Towns & Villas: Rome, Ostia, Pompeii (On-site; mandatory trip to Pompeii; activity fee €40 or $52) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 8:30-11:15) (On-site; mandatory trip to Pompeii; activity fee €40 or $52) Koehler JensT 9:15-12:00 View syllabus
AH 190-2 Cities, Towns & Villas: Rome, Ostia, Pompeii (On-site; mandatory trip to Pompeii; activity fee €40 or $52) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 8:30-11:15) (On-site; mandatory trip to Pompeii; activity fee €40 or $52) Fuhrmann-Schembri ElisabethW 9:15-12:00 View syllabus
AH 220 Ancient Greek Art and Archaeology (Partially on-site) (Mandatory field trip to Pompeii) Salvadori SharonMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
AH 223 The Art and Architecture of Imperial Rome Hansen IngeMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
AH 240 Introduction to Art Historical Thinking Dohna YvonneMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
AH 251 Nineteenth Century Art and Architecture Georgi KarenTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
AH 251H Nineteenth Century Art and Architecture (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) Georgi KarenTTH 11:30-12:45
AH 279 Issues and Trends in Contemporary Art (Prerequisite: One previous course in Art History) Gianni IlariaTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
AH 290-1 Ancient Rome and Its Monuments (On-site; activity fee €40 or $52) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 13:30-16:15) (On-site; activity fee €40 or $52) Georgi KarenT 14:15-17:00 View syllabus
AH 290-2 Ancient Rome and Its Monuments (On-site; activity fee €40 or $52) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 13:30-16:15) (On-site; activity fee €40 or $52) Nolan LindaTH 14:15-17:00 View syllabus
AH 290-3 Ancient Rome and Its Monuments (On-site: activity fee €40 or $52) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 8:30-11:15) (On-site; activity fee €40 or $52) Tegmeyer PaulW 9:15-12:00 View syllabus
AH 290-4 Ancient Rome and Its Monuments (On-site; activity fee €40 or $52) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 8:30-11:15) (On-site; activity fee €40 or $52) Corrado CrispinW 9:15-12:00 View syllabus
AH 291 Medieval Rome and Its Monuments (On-site: activity fee €25 or $33) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 8:30-11:15) (On-site; activity fee €25 or $33) Yawn LilaT 9:15-12:00 View syllabus
AH 293 Modern Rome & Its Monuments (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 13:30-16:15) (On-site; may have an activity fee) Foster LauraTH 14:15-17:00 View syllabus
AH 294 Renaissance Rome and Its Monuments (On-site; activity fee €25 or $33) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 8:30-11:15) (On-site; activity fee €25 or $33) Tegmeyer PaulT 9:15-12:00 View syllabus
AH 296 Italian High Renaissance Art (Partially on-site; Mandatory Field Trip: students will pay for travel and lodging) (On-site; Mandatory trip to Florence) Smyth CarolynW 15:00-17:45 View syllabus
AH 298 Baroque Rome and Its Monuments (On-site: activity fee €25 or $33) (N.B. On-campus sessions for this class will be held 13:30-16:15) (On-site; activity fee €25 or $33) Tuck-Scala AnnaM 14:15-17:00 View syllabus
AH 380 Selected Topics in Art History: Picasso (Prerequisite: One course in Art History) Smyth CarolynTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
AH 380H Selected Topics in Art History: Picasso (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: One course in Art History) Smyth CarolynTTH 15:00-16:15
AH 460 Research Practicum (Prerequisite: Junior Standing; intended for JCU Degree Seeking AH students, but advanced visiting students studying AH are welcome) Yawn LilaTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
AH 480 Senior Thesis (Prerequisite: Senior Standing) Thesis Advisor By appointment
AH/CL 352 Rome in the Age of Augustus (Prerequisite: One previous course in Art History) Hansen IngeMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
AH/CL 352H Rome in the Age of Augustus (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: One previous course in Art History) Hansen IngeMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
AS 101-1 Introduction to Graphic Design Schmidt Sabrina M 9:00-11:45 View syllabus
AS 101-2 Introduction to Graphic Design Schmidt Sabrina W 9:00-11:45 View syllabus
AS 110-1 Drawing - Rome Sketchbook Flaccus PeterT 12:30-15:15 View syllabus
AS 110-2 Drawing - Rome Sketchbook Pettit WilliamTH 9:00-11:45 View syllabus
AS 110-3 Drawing - Rome Sketchbook Pettit WilliamW 9:00-11:45 View syllabus
AS 199-1 Basic Photography (Traditional Film Photography) Amato SerafinoT 12:30-15:15 View syllabus
AS 199-2 Basic Photography (Traditional Film Photography) Amato SerafinoW 13:45-16:30 View syllabus
AS 204 Beginning Painting Flaccus PeterM 12:30-15:15 View syllabus
AS 211 Fresco Painting (Mandatory Materials Fee €50 or $70) Pettit WilliamW 12:30-15:15 View syllabus
AS 212 Figure Drawing Flaccus PeterT 9:00-11:45 View syllabus
AS 289-1 Digital Photography Soriani PaoloTH 9:00-11:45 View syllabus
AS 289-2 Digital Photography Schoneveld JochemM 9:00-11:45 View syllabus
AS 289-3 Digital Photography Schoneveld JochemM 12:30-15:15 View syllabus
AS 289-4 Digital Photography Schoneveld JochemT 9:00-11:45 View syllabus
AS 349 Advanced Photography (Prerequisite: an introductory photography course or permission of the instructor) Soriani PaoloTH 12:30-15:15 View syllabus
BUS 220-1 Business Communications (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EN 110) Favorite MicheleMW 10:00-11:15
BUS 220-2 Business Communications (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EN 110) Favorite MicheleMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
BUS 301 Business Ethics (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Bailey TomTTH 15:00-16:15
BUS 301H Business Ethics (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Bailey TomTTH 15:00-16:15
BUS 305 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Pulino SilviaTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
BUS 320 Public Relations (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EN 110, MKT 301, MGT 301) Favorite MicheleMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
BUS 330-1 International Business (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EC 202; Recommended: MKT 301) Forte AngeloTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
BUS 330-2 International Business (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EC 202; Recommended: MKT 301) Forte AngeloMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
BUS 340 Leading Multicultural Negotiations (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Ziff AnatTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
BUS 360 Social Networks and Media Management (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Coretti LorenzoMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
BUS/IT 303 Italian for Business (Visiting students: During registration, this course is listed as IT/BUS 303) (Prerequisites: IT 302, FIN 201 or permission of the instructor) Bertini Bezzi AdaTTH 13:30-14:45
CL 260 Classical Mythology Salvadori SharonMW 15:00-16:15
CL 278 Literature and Society in Ancient Rome Govero ThomasTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
CL 480 Senior Thesis (Prerequisite: Senior Standing) Thesis Advisor By appointment
CL/AH 352 Rome in the Age of Augustus (Visiting students: During registration, this course is listed as AH/CL 352). (Prerequisite: One previous course in Art History) Hansen IngeMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
CL/AH 352H Rome in the Age of Augustus (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Visiting students: During registration, this course is listed as AH/CL 352) (Prerequisite: One previous course in Art History) Hansen IngeMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
CL/HS 231-1 History of Ancient Rome and Italy Betello MassimoTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
CL/HS 231-2 History of Ancient Rome and Italy Betello MassimoTTH 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
CL/HS 231-3 History of Ancient Rome and Italy Togninelli PaoloMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
CL/HS 285 Wine and the Culture of Drinking in Classical Antiquity Bessi BenedettaMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
CL/RL 288 Religion in the Graeco-Roman World Bessi BenedettaMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
CMS 318 Comic Books, Graphic Novels and Visual Storytelling Sarram Pier PaoloTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
CMS 318H Comic Books, Graphic Novels and Visual Storytelling (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) Sarram Pier PaoloTTH 13:30-14:45
CMS 323 Media and the Environment (Prerequisite: COM 220) Lopez AntonioMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
CMS 330 Global Media (Prerequisite: COM 220) Clini CleliaTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
CMS 360 Race and Gender in Cinema-TV (Prerequisite: COM 220) Sarram Pier PaoloMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
CMS 360H Race and Gender in Cinema-TV (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: COM 220) Sarram Pier PaoloMW 11:30-12:45
CMS 399 Special Topics in Media Studies: Media, Families and Relationships (Prerequisite: COM 220) Seggi AlessandraTTH 16:30-17:45
CMS/TH 241-1 Italian Cinema (This course carries 3 semester hours of credit.) Tasini ErikaMW 13:30-15:30
CMS/TH 241-2 Italian Cinema (This course carries 3 semester hours of credit.) Capoferri FedericaTTH 9:00-11:00 View syllabus
CMS/TH 243 Cinematic Rome (This course carries 3 semester credits) Mamula TijanaTTH 16:00-18:00 View syllabus
COM 101-1 Public Speaking: Oral Rhetoric and Persuasion Govero ThomasMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
COM 101-2 Public Speaking: Oral Rhetoric and Persuasion Connelly DanielMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
COM 101-3 Public Speaking: Oral Rhetoric and Persuasion Connelly DanielMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
COM 101-4 Public Speaking: Oral Rhetoric and Persuasion Guido-O'Grady Deborah MW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
COM 101-5 Public Speaking: Oral Rhetoric and Persuasion Guido-O'Grady Deborah MW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
COM 210 Introduction to Cinema (This course carries 3 semester hours of credit) Mamula TijanaTTH 18:30-20:30 View syllabus
COM 220 Media, Culture and Society (Prerequisite: COM 101) Sarram Pier PaoloMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
COM 230-1 Foundations of Digital Video Production Thomson BrianT 13:30-16:15 View syllabus
COM 230-2 Foundations of Digital Video Production Thomson BrianTH 13:30-16:15 View syllabus
COM 311 Digital Media Culture (Prerequisite: COM 220) Sarram Pier PaoloMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
COM 365 Advanced Public Speaking (Prerequisite: COM 101) Govero ThomasMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
COM 365H Advanced Public Speaking (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: COM 101) Govero ThomasMW 16:30-17:45
COM 380 Intercultural Communications Seggi AlessandraMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
COM 470 Advanced Communications Theory (Prerequisites: Senior Standing and completion of three COM or CMS courses at the 300 level) Lopez AntonioMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
COM 480 Senior Seminar: Media Ethics (Prerequisites: Senior Standing and completion of three COM or CMS courses at the 300 level) Lopez AntonioMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
CS 110-1 Microcomputer Applications Sassun RaffaeleTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
CS 110-2 Microcomputer Applications Sassun RaffaeleTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
CS 110-3 Microcomputer Applications Gazziano StefanoMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
CS 110-4 Microcomputer Applications Sindoni GiuseppeMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
CS 130-1 Web Design I Gazziano StefanoMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
CS 130-2 Web Design I Bates AlanTTH 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
CS 131 Web Design II (Prerequisite: CS 130) Gazziano StefanoMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
CW 205 Introduction to Creative Writing (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C or above or permission from the instructor) Minot GeorgeMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
CW 356 Creative Writing Workshop: Writing the Eternal City (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C or above) Geoghegan ElizabethMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
DR 101 Introduction to Theatrical Performance Connelly DanielTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
EC 201-1 Principles of Microeconomics (Prerequisites: MA 101 or MA 102; Recommended: EN 105) Ruscitti FrancescoMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
EC 201-2 Principles of Microeconomics (Prerequisites: MA 101 or MA 102; Recommended: EN 105) Ruscitti FrancescoMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
EC 201-3 Principles of Microeconomics (Prerequisites: MA 101 or MA 102; Recommended: EN 105) Colazingari MarcoTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
EC 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (Prerequisite: MA 101 or MA 102; Recommended: EN 105) Merva MaryMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
EC 301 Intermediate Microeconomics (Prerequisite: EC 201, EC 202, MA 198) Ruscitti FrancescoMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
EC 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics (Prerequisites: EC 201, EC 202) Bartolomucci LawrenceMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
EC 316-1 International Economics (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EC 201, EC 202) Costagli SimonaMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
EC 316-2 International Economics (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EC 201, EC 202) Asdrubali PierfedericoMW 19:30-20:45 View syllabus
EC 350 History of Economic Doctrines (Prerequisite: EC 201, EC 202, EN 110) Micocci Andrea MW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
EC 360 Econometrics (Prerequisites: EC 201, EC 202, MA 209) Ciferri DavideTTH 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
EC 371 Money, Banking and Capital Markets (Prerequisite: Junior Standing, EC 201, EC 202) Antonelli AlessandroMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
EC 380 NEW! Environmental Economics (Prerequisites: EC201, EC202) Colazingari MarcoTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
EC 480 Senior Thesis (Prerequisites: Senior Standing; EC 301, EC 302, MA 209 or EC 360) Thesis Advisor By appointment
EN 103-1 Intensive English Composition (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit. Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Rutt AndrewTTH 10:00-12:45 View syllabus
EN 103-2 Intensive English Composition (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit. Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Rutt AndrewTTH 15:00-17:45 View syllabus
EN 103-3 Intensive English Composition (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit. Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Keenan TaraMTWTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
EN 103-4 Intensive English Composition (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit. Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Fadden AidanTTH 13:30-16:15 View syllabus
EN 103-5 Intensive English Composition (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 6 semester hours of credit. Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Casling AnthonyMTWTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
EN 105-1 English Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Sunstein LaurenTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
EN 105-2 English Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Sunstein LaurenTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
EN 105-3 English Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Rutt AndrewTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
EN 105-4 English Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Keenan TaraTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
EN 105-5 English Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Fadden AidanTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
EN 105-6 English Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Klausner Lewis SamuelMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
EN 105-7 English Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam) Keenan TaraMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
EN 110-1 Advanced Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam OR completion of either EN 103 or EN 105 with a grade of C or above) Pacor AndreaMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
EN 110-2 Advanced Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam OR completion of either EN 103 or EN 105 with a grade of C or above) Pacor AndreaMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
EN 110-3 Advanced Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam OR completion of either EN 103 or EN 105 with a grade of C or above) Klausner Lewis SamuelTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
EN 110-4 Advanced Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam OR completion of either EN 103 or EN 105 with a grade of C or above) Cox ShannonTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
EN 110-5 Advanced Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam OR completion of either EN 103 or EN 105 with a grade of C or above) Robbins Lisa MW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
EN 110-6 Advanced Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam OR completion of either EN 103 or EN 105 with a grade of C or above) Robbins Lisa MW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
EN 110-7 Advanced Composition (Prerequisite: Placement via JCU English Composition Placement Exam OR completion of either EN 103 or EN 105 with a grade of C or above) Robbins Lisa MW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
EN 200-1 Introduction to Literature (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C or above) Ammary SilviaMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
EN 200-2 Introduction to Literature (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C or above) Pacor AndreaMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
EN 205 Introduction to the Novel (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C or above) Klausner Lewis SamuelTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
EN 223 American Literature (Prerequisite: EN110 with a grade of C or above) Ammary SilviaMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
EN 231 English Literature II: The Enlightenment to Romanticism (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C or above) Russell ShannonTTH 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
EN 245 Shakespeare (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C or above) Grego AlessandraMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
EN 245H Shakespeare (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: EN 110 with a grade of C or above) Grego AlessandraMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
EN 308 20th-Century Novels (Prerequisite: One previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor) Grego AlessandraMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
EN 315 Selected Topics in American Literature: The Modern American Novel (Prerequisite: One previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor) Ammary SilviaMW 19:30-20:45 View syllabus
EN 346 Study of the Works of a Single Modern Writer: Jane Austen--In Her Time and Ours (Prerequisite: One previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor) Russell ShannonTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
EN 346H Study of the Works of a Single Modern Writer: Jane Austen--In Her Time and Ours (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: One previous course in English Literature or permission of the instructor) Russell ShannonTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
EN 480 Senior Thesis (Prerequisite: Senior Standing) Thesis Advisor By appointment
FIN 201-1 Financial Accounting Luzon JosephineMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
FIN 201-2 Financial Accounting Coccia AndreaMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
FIN 201-3 Financial Accounting Magnanelli Barbara SvevaTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
FIN 202-1 Managerial Accounting (Prerequisite: FIN 201) Pulino SilviaTTH 11:30-12:45
FIN 202-2 Managerial Accounting (Prerequisite: FIN 201) Pulino SilviaTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
FIN 301 Finance (Prerequisites: FIN 201, FIN 202, EC 202, MA 208) Merva MaryTTH 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
FIN 330 International Finance (Prerequisite: FIN 301) Antonelli AlessandroMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
FR 101-1 Introductory French I (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) (.This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Biazzo Curry CorradaMW 13:30-15:20 View syllabus
FR 101-2 Introductory French I (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) (.This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Anger Benoît TTH 18:00-19:50 View syllabus
FR 102 Introductory French II (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit. Prerequisite: Placement or FR 101) de Montalembert CatherineTTH 8:30-10:20 View syllabus
FR 201 Intermediate French I (Prerequisite: Placement or FR 102) Anger Benoît TTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
FR 202 Intermediate French II (Prerequisite: Placement or French 201) Biazzo Curry CorradaTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
HM 460 Research and Writing in the Humanities (Prerequisite: Senior Standing or Permission of the student's Advisor and Department) Pogossian ZaraMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
HM 480 Senior Thesis (Prerequisite: Senior Standing) Thesis Advisor By appointment
HS 120 Introduction to Western Civilization I Pogossian ZaraMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
HS 235 The Birth of Medieval Europe: from Constantine to the First Crusade Pogossian ZaraMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
HS 261-1 Modern Europe I: The Age of Nationalism Ogle GeneTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
HS 261-2 Modern Europe I: The Age of Nationalism Ogle GeneTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
HS 262-1 Modern Europe II: The Age of Imperialism (Recommended: HS 261) De Caprariis LucaTTH 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
HS 262-2 Modern Europe II: The Age of Imperialism (Recommended: HS 261) De Caprariis LucaMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
HS 262-3 Modern Europe II: The Age of Imperialism (Recommended: HS 261) Martin SimonMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
HS 263 Modern Europe III: Contemporary European History - 1945 to present (Recommended: HS 261, HS 262) Wilcox VandaMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
HS 280 The American Experience I: From the First Colonies to the Closing of the Frontier Lanzone AndreaMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
HS 311 History and Popular Culture: Living with the Past (Prerequisite: Junior Standing; One previous course in History) Wilcox VandaMW 9:00-11:00 View syllabus
HS 311H History and Popular Culture: Living with the Past (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: Junior Standing; One previous course in History) Wilcox VandaMW 9:00-11:00
HS 365 Italy from the Risorgimento to the First World War (1815-1918) De Caprariis LucaMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
HS 365H Italy from the Risorgimento to the First World War (1815-1918) (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) De Caprariis LucaMW 8:30-9:45
HS 371 The American 20th Century (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Lanzone AndreaMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
HS 372 African Atlantic: Slavery and Beyond (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Ogle GeneTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
HS 372H African Atlantic: Slavery and Beyond (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Ogle GeneTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
HS 379 NEW! European Intellectual History De Caprariis LucaTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
HS 379H NEW! European Intellectual History (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) De Caprariis LucaTTH 15:00-16:15
HS 480 Senior Thesis (Prerequisite: Senior Standing) Thesis Advisor By appointment
HS/CL 231-1 History of Ancient Rome and Italy (Visiting students: during online registraton, this course is listed as CL/HS 231) Betello MassimoTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
HS/CL 231-2 History of Ancient Rome and Italy (Visiting students: during online registraton, this course is listed as CL / HS 231) Betello MassimoTTH 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
HS/CL 231-3 History of Ancient Rome and Italy Togninelli PaoloMW 18:00-19:15
HS/CL 285 Wine and the Art of Drinking in Classical Antiquity Bessi BenedettaMW 10:00-11:15
HS/PH 223 Historical and Philosophical Aspects of the Italian Renaissance (Prerequisite: One previous course in History or Philosophy) Provvidera TizianaMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
IT 101-1 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Maggini StefaniaTTH 15:00-16:50 View syllabus
IT 101-10 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Dall'olio SilviaTTH 11:30-13:20 View syllabus
IT 101-11 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Napoli RosaMW 8:30-10:20 View syllabus
IT 101-12 Introductory Italian I (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Franceschi SarahMW 8:30-10:20 View syllabus
IT 101-2 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Filardi RosaMW 11:30-13:20 View syllabus
IT 101-3 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Napoli RosaMW 11:30-13:20 View syllabus
IT 101-4 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Bertini Bezzi AdaTTH 11:30-13:20 View syllabus
IT 101-5 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Siddu Pilia GinaTTH 16:30-18:20 View syllabus
IT 101-6 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Galante MatildeMW 8:30-10:20 View syllabus
IT 101-7 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Siddu Pilia GinaMW 18:30-20:20 View syllabus
IT 101-8 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Schwarten James TTH 11:30-13:20 View syllabus
IT 101-9 Introductory Italian I (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit.) Dall'olio SilviaTTH 8:30-10:20 View syllabus
IT 102-1 Introductory Italian II (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit. Prerequisite: Placement or IT 101) Siddu Pilia GinaMW 16:30-18:20 View syllabus
IT 102-2 Introductory Italian II (Note: This course carries 4 semester hours of credit) (This course carries 4 semester hours of credit. Prerequisite: Placement or IT 101) Dorato ValentinaTTH 10:00-11:15 and T 9:00-9:50 View syllabus
IT 103-1 Intensive Italian I (Note: This course, which is the equivalent of IT 101 + IT 102 carries 6 semester hours of credit.) Franceschi SarahMTWTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
IT 103-2 Intensive Italian I (Note: This course, which is the equivalent of IT 101 + IT 102 carries 6 semester hours of credit.) Grillo ElenaMTWTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
IT 201-1 Intermediate Italian I (Prerequisite: Placement, IT 102, or IT 103) Mauceri Trimnell AnnaMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
IT 201-2 Intermediate Italian I (Prerequisite: Placement, IT 102, or IT 103) Maggini StefaniaTTH 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
IT 201-3 Intermediate Italian I (Prerequisite: Placement, IT 102, or IT 103) Galante MatildeMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
IT 202-1 Intermediate Italian II (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 201) Bertini Bezzi AdaTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
IT 202-2 Intermediate Italian II (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 201) Capoferri FedericaTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
IT 203 Intensive Italian II (Prerequisite: Placement, IT 102 or IT 103. This course, which is the equivalent of 201 + 202, carries 6 semester hours of credit) Dorato ValentinaMTWTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
IT 301-1 Conversation and Composition (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 202 or permission of the instructor) Capoferri FedericaMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
IT 301-2 Conversation and Composition (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 202 or permission of the instructor) Cocciolillo BereniceTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
IT 302 Advanced Composition (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 301 or permission of the instructor) Mauceri Trimnell AnnaMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
IT 308 The Seventies: Italian Youth Culture and Politics (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 301 or permission of the instructor) Filardi RosaMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
IT 319 The Image of Rome in Italian Literature and Cinema (Prerequisite: Placement, IT 301 or permission of the instructor) Capoferri FedericaMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
IT 319H The Image of Rome in Italian Literature and Cinema (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: Placement, IT 301 or permission of the instructor) Capoferri FedericaMW 13:30-14:45
IT 320 Survey of Italian Literature I (Prerequisite: Placement or IT 301 or permission of the instructor) Basile Maria AdelaideMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
IT 480 Senior Thesis (Prerequisite: Senior Standing) Thesis Advisor By Appointment
IT/BUS 303 Italian for Business (Prerequisites: IT 302, FIN 201 or permission of the instructor. ) Bertini Bezzi AdaTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
ITS/SOCSC 225-1 Sociology of Southern Italy Dines NickMW 11:30-12:45
ITS/SOCSC 225-2 Sociology of Southern Italy Clough Marinaro IsabellaTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
ITS/SOCSC 226-1 Rome: Modern City (On-site) Trabalzi Ferruccio T 14:15-17:00
ITS/SOCSC 226-2 Rome: Modern City (On-site) Trabalzi Ferruccio TH 14:15-17:00
JRN 199 Introduction to Photojournalism: On Location in Rome Ventriglia Luigi W 9:00-11:45 View syllabus
JRN 221 Writing for the Media (Prerequisite: EN 110) Mancini RosamariaMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
JRN 325 Feature Writing (Prerequisite: EN 110; Recommended: JRN 221) di Robilant Andrea MW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
LAT 101 Elementary Latin I Pusic DanicaTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
LAT 102 Elementary Latin II (Prerequisite: LAT 101 or permission of the instructor) Walters Erik MW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
LAT 282 Directed Readings in Latin (Prerequisite: LAT 102 or permission of the instructor) Betello MassimoTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
LAW 219-1 Legal Environment of Business (Recommended: EN 110) Magrini ChiaraMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
LAW 219-2 Legal Environment of Business (Recommended: EN 110) Magrini ChiaraMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
LAW 341 Fundamentals of Italian Legal Practice (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Magrini ChiaraMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
LAW 341H Fundamentals of Italian Legal Practice (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Magrini ChiaraMW 16:30-17:45
LAW/PL 328 Religious Freedom in a Comparative Perspective (Prerequisite: PL 210 recommended, and Junior Standing) Harris PamelaMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
LAW/PL 328H Religious Freedom in a Comparative Perspective (Prerequisite: PL 210 recommended, and Junior Standing) Harris PamelaMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
MA 101-1 Intermediate Algebra Iannone StefanoMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
MA 101-2 Intermediate Algebra Iannone StefanoMW 19:30-20:45 View syllabus
MA 101-3 Intermediate Algebra Arnone StefanoMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
MA 101-4 Intermediate Algebra Arnone StefanoMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
MA 102 Finite Mathematics Kneller MargaretTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
MA 197 Pre-Calculus (Prerequisite: Placement or completion of MA101 with a grade of C- or above) Capparelli StefanoMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
MA 198 Calculus (Prerequisite: Placement or completion of MA197 with a grade of C- or above) Capparelli StefanoMW 19:30-20:45 View syllabus
MA 208 Statistics I (Prerequisite: Placement into MA197 or completion of MA 101 or MA 102 with a grade of C- or above) Arnone StefanoMW 19:30-20:45 View syllabus
MA 209 Statistics II (Prerequisite: CS 110, MA 208 with a grade of C- or above) Arnone StefanoTTH 19:30-20:45 View syllabus
MGT 301-1 Principles of Management (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Paganini PietroMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
MGT 301-2 Principles of Management (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Pica DanieleMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
MGT 310-1 Organizational Behavior (Prerequisite: MGT 301) Christofferson RobertMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
MGT 310-2 Organizational Behavior (Prerequisite: MGT 301) Shaw RaymondMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
MGT 330-1 Operations Management (Prerequisites: MGT 301, MA 208) Pica DanieleTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
MGT 330-2 Operations Management (Prerequisites: MGT 301, MA 208) Pica DanieleTTH 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
MGT 426 International Management (Prerequisite: MGT 301) Shaw RaymondMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
MGT 498 Strategic Management (Prerequisite: Senior Standing and completion of all other business core courses) Pulino SilviaTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
MKT 301-1 Principles of Marketing (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EC 201, MA 208) Fuller SusanTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
MKT 301-2 Principles of Marketing (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EC 201, MA 208) Salvatore AntonellaTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
MKT 301-3 Principles of Marketing (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EC 201, MA 208) Fuller SusanTTH 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
MKT 304 New Product Management (Prerequisite: MKT 301) Paganini PietroMW 8:30-9:45 View syllabus
MKT 305 Market and Marketing Research (Prerequisite: MKT 301; Recommended: MA 209 ) Fuller SusanTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
MKT 310 Consumer Behavior (Prerequisite: MKT 301) Signorini AlessandroTTH 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
MKT 321 Advertising Management (Prerequisites: Junior Standing, EN 110; MKT 301. Recommended: MGT 301) Signorini AlessandroTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
MKT 330-1 International Marketing (Prerequisite: MKT 301) Signorini AlessandroTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
MKT 330-2 International Marketing (Prerequisite: MKT 301) Salvatore AntonellaTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
MKT 350 Marketing for Non-Profit Organizations (Prerequisite: Junior Standing, EN 110) Fuller SusanTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
MKT 350H Marketing for Non-Profit Organizations (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: Junior Standing, EN 110) Fuller SusanTTH 10:00-11:15
NS 202-1 Global Warming Kneller MargaretTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
NS 202-2 Global Warming Bates AlanTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
NS 220 Food and Agriculture (Prerequisite: MA 101 or MA 102) Kneller MargaretTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
NS 230 Energy and the Environment Gatto RenatoTTH 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
PH 101-1 Introduction to Philosophical Thinking Levy DavidTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
PH 101-2 Introduction to Philosophical Thinking Antomarini BrunellaMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
PH 210 Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy Antomarini BrunellaMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
PH 230 Evil Philosophers: Controversial Books in Modern Philosophy Branchi AndreaMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
PH 302 Existentialism Antomarini BrunellaTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
PH 304 Philosophy of Art and Beauty (Prerequisite: One previous course in Philosophy and one course in Art History) Bailey TomTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
PH 304H Philosophy of Art and Beauty (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: One previous course in Philosophy and one course in Art History) Bailey TomTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
PH/HS 223 Historical and Philosophical Aspects of the Italian Renaissance (Visiting students should use course code HS/PH 223 when registering online) (Prerequisite: One previous course in History or Philosophy) Provvidera TizianaMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
PL 201-1 American Government Gray LawrenceMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
PL 201-2 American Government Gray LawrenceMW 16:30-17:45
PL 209-1 International Affairs Driessen Michael MW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
PL 209-2 International Affairs Rensmann Lars TTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
PL 210-1 Introduction to Political Theory Kollar EszterTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
PL 210-2 Introduction to Political Theory Simoncini GabrieleMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
PL 212-1 International Organizations (Prerequisite: PL 209) Rensmann Lars TTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
PL 212-2 International Organizations (Prerequisite: PL 209) Sensi Luigi MW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
PL 215 Italian Politics and Society (PL 223 recommended for students majoring in Political Science and International Affairs) Argentieri FederigoMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
PL 215-2 Italian Politics and Society (PL 223 recommended for students majoring in Political Science and International Affairs) Simoncini GabrieleMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
PL 223-1 Comparative Politics Driessen Michael MW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
PL 223-2 Comparative Politics Testoni MicheleMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
PL 250 Western European Politics (Prerequisite: PL 223) Rensmann Lars TTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
PL 310 Modern Political Theory (Prerequisite: PL 210 or Junior Standing) Kollar EszterTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
PL 310H Modern Political Theory (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: PL 210 or Junior Standing) Kollar EszterTTH 10:00-11:15
PL 315 Institutions and Policies of the European Union (Prerequisite: PL 223) Testoni MicheleMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
PL 320-1 Public International Law Harris PamelaTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
PL 320-1H Public International Law (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) Harris PamelaTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
PL 320-2 Public International Law Sensi Luigi MW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
PL 320-2H Public International Law (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) Sensi Luigi MW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
PL 325 Human Trafficking and Contemporary Slavery (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Scarpa SilviaMW 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
PL 325H Human Trafficking and Contemporary Slavery (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Scarpa Silvia  View syllabus
PL 326 Globalization and Crime (Prerequisite: at least one 200-level course in Economics, International Affairs or Business) Clough Marinaro IsabellaMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
PL 326H Globalization and Crime (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) (Prerequisite: at least one 200-level course in Economics, International Affairs or Business) Clough Marinaro IsabellaMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
PL 330 American Foreign Policy (Prerequisite: PL 209) Gray LawrenceMW 18:00-19:15 View syllabus
PL 340 Politics of Developing Countries (Prerequisite: PL 223) Argentieri FederigoMW 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
PL 373 The Theory and Practice of Diplomacy Schepisi AlbertoMW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
PL 460-1 Social Science Research Methods (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Driessen Michael MW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
PL 460-2 Social Science Research Methods (Prerequisite: Junior Standing) Clough Marinaro IsabellaMW 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
PL 480 Senior Thesis (Prerequisite: Senior Standing) Thesis Advisor By appointment
PS 101-1 General Psychology Luti ElaineTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
PS 101-2 General Psychology Castelli PaolaTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
PS 221 Child Development (Prerequisite: PS 101) Luti ElaineTTH 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
PS 307 Cognitive Psychology (Prerequisite: PS 101) Castelli PaolaTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
PS 310 NEW! Introduction to Neuroscience (Prerequisite: PS 101) Nardi DanieleTTH 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
PS 334 Social Psychology (Prerequisite: PS 101) Castelli PaolaTTH 10:00-11:15 View syllabus
PS 354 Abnormal Psychology (Prerequisite: PS 101) Dorell KarinTTH 15:00-16:15 View syllabus
RL 221 The Popes of Rome: History of the Catholic Church Walters Erik MW 16:30-17:45 View syllabus
RL 225-1 Mystic, Saints, and Sinners: Studies in Medieval Catholic Culture (Partially on-site, activity €10 or $15) Giletti AnnM 9:15-12:00 View syllabus
RL 225-1H Mystic, Saints, and Sinners: Studies in Medieval Catholic Culture (Partially on-site, activity €10 or $15) (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) Giletti AnnM 9:15-12:00
RL 225-2 Mystic, Saints, and Sinners: Studies in Medieval Catholic Culture (Partially on-site, activity €10 or $15) Giletti AnnW 9:15-12:00 View syllabus
RL 225-2H Mystic, Saints, and Sinners: Studies in Medieval Catholic Culture (Partially on-site, activity €10 or $15) (This is an honors course and carries 4 semester hours of credit; NB: Minimum 3.5 CUM GPA required) Giletti AnnW 9:15-12:00
RL/CL 288 Religion in the Graeco-Roman World Bessi BenedettaMW 11:30-12:45
SOCSC/ITS 225-1 Sociology of Southern Italy Dines NickMW 11:30-12:45 View syllabus
SOCSC/ITS 225-2 Sociology of Southern Italy Clough Marinaro IsabellaTTH 13:30-14:45 View syllabus
SOCSC/ITS 226-1 Rome: Modern City (On-site) Trabalzi Ferruccio T 14:15-17:00
SOCSC/ITS 226-2 Rome: Modern City (On-site) Trabalzi Ferruccio TH 14:15-17:00
TH/CMS 241-1 Italian Cinema (Visiting students: During registration this course is listed as CMS/TH 241) Tasini ErikaMW 13:30-15:30 View syllabus
TH/CMS 241-2 Italian Cinema (Visiting students: During registration this course is listed as CMS/TH 241) Capoferri FedericaTTH 9:00-11:00 View syllabus
TH/CMS 243 Cinematic Rome Mamula TijanaTTH 16:00-18:00
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