Florida State University International Programs Italy: Florence Program

Via dei Neri, 25
50122 Florence
Telephone: 055.234.0604
Director: Frank Nero
E-Mail: fnero@fsu.edu
Home Campus Web site: http://international.fsu.edu
Italian Program Web site: http://www.florence.fsu.edu

Florida State University International Programs Italy: Florence Program
The Florida State University offers a year-round Florence program offering a full range of undergraduate course selections during the fall semester (September-December), spring semester (January-April), and two intensive summer sessions (May-June), (July-August). Areas of study include Fashion Merchandising, Public Relations and Communications, International Business, Italian Food and Wine, Hospitality, core courses in Astronomy and Environmental Science, Psychology, Sociology, Italian Language and Literature, Renaissance Art and Architectural History, English and American Literature, Photography, Drawing, and European and Italian Culture, Cinema, Politics, History, and Current Events. Courses in Museum Studies and Archaeology are also periodically offered via the Florence Study Center and a specialized hands-on summer archaeology program at FSU’s Etruscan dig at Cetamura del Chianti. Program excursions can include Rome, Venice, Verona, Siena, and Naples. FSU’s Florence Program is open to students from all universities and colleges, and credits are transferable to most academic institutions. Internships and community volunteering are also available. Additionally, FSU Florence enjoys a Freshman Year Abroad Program for regularly accepted out-of-state students. Upon completion, students can apply for reduced tuition benefits when returning to the Tallahassee campus for their sophomore year. FSU’s Florence Program was established in 1966. Additional Information Available at international.fsu.edu