2017 Summer Program: Florence University of the Arts

PROGRAM PRICE DATES
Summer I 2017 (3 weeks, 3 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer I 2017 (3 weeks, 6 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer II 2017 (3 weeks, 3 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer II 2017 (3 weeks, 6 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer III 2017 (3 weeks, 3 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer III 2017 (3 weeks, 6 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer IV 2017 (3 weeks, 3 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer IV 2017 (3 weeks, 6 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer A 2017 (6 weeks, 3 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer A 2017 (6 weeks, 6 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer B 2017 (6 weeks, 3 credits) click here for price click here for dates
Summer B 2017 (6 weeks, 6 credits) click here for price click here for dates

 

*Some courses have additional course fees for academic field trips and/or materials which students must pay for on their own and are not included in our program fee.

Language Eligibility: open to all levels of Italian. For additional eligibility requirements such as minimum GPAclick here.

Total contact hours: 45-90 per summer session. 15 contact hours = 1 semester credit.
10 contact hours = 1 quarter unit.

Possible U.S. Credits: 3-6 semester credits per summer session.

Final transcript is issued by the University of South Florida.

Florence University of the Arts – Summer Course Offerings

Florence University of the Arts offers four, 3-week Summer sessions (Summer I, II, III and IV) and two, 6-week sessions (Summer A and B). Program dates are linked above.

Students will take 1 or 2 classes per sesssion, for a total of 3 or 6 semester credits. It is not mandatory to take Italian language during the summer session. You may not take more than one Italian language during any one session.  Classes are held Monday through Friday. All classes are taught in English except Italian language courses.

All students MUST get DOUBLE the number of classes approved by their academic advisor than they actually plan to take. When you pre-register for classes (this happens after you’re accepted), you will have to list a one alternate class for each of your top choices, and FUA will not process your registration unless you complete the form accordingly.

COURSE FEES

A limited number of classes have course fees that cover required academic field trips and/or materials, which are not included in the ASA program price. Students will pay their course fees directly to Florence University of the Arts after arrival. Click here for Summer 2017 mandatory course fees. Course fees are subject to change. 

AVAILABLE COURSES

As Florence University of the Arts and its affiliated schools have such a large number of courses, only the subject areas are listed below. To see course listings and timetable, please click on the links below. 

**HELPFUL TIP! Students attending either Summer A or Summer B (6-week sessions)  may take classes that run the full 6-week session OR from either of the 3-week sessions that comprise it.  The first 3 weeks of Summer A is Summer I, and the second 3 weeks of Summer A is Summer II.  The first weeks of Summer B is Summer III, and the second 3 weeks of Summer B is Summer IV.  

  • Click here for SUMMER A 2017 Course Offerings (6-week session)
    • NOTE! Be sure to check the “Session” column. Classes labeled “Summer A” meet for the full 6 weeks. Classes labeled “Summer I” meet for the first 3 weeks, and classes labeled “Summer II” meet for the last 3 weeks.
  • Click here for SUMMER B 2017 Course Offerings (6-week session)
    • NOTE! Be sure to check the “Session” column. Classes labeled “Summer B” meet for the full 6 weeks. Classes labeled “Summer III” meet for the first 3 weeks, and classes labeled “Summer IV” meet for the last 3 weeks.

 

SUBJECT AREAS: (not all subject areas are offered during every term)

Accessory Design And Technology
Accounting and Finance
Anthropology
Art Education
Art History and Architecture
Arts, Entertainment and Media Management
Baking and Pastry
Biology
Ceramics
Chemistry
Cinema and Theatre Studies
Classic Photography
Classical Studies
Comparative Literature
Creative Advertising
Creative Arts
Creative Writing
Criminology
Culinary Arts
Dance
Decision Sciences
Dietetics and Nutrition
Digital Media
Dramatic Arts
Economics
Eco-Sustainable Design
Entrepreneurship Resources
Environmental Studies
Fashion Communication And Publishing
Fashion Design And Technology
Food and Culture
Food Communications and Publishing
Food, Family and Consumer Sciences
General Management
Geography
History
Hotel and Lodging Management
Interior And Industrial Design
Internet Technology
Italian Language
Italian Literature
Italian Studies
Jewelry Design
Journalism and Book Publishing
Management
Marketing
Mass Communications
Mathematics
Mixed Media
Multicultural Diversity And Gender Studies
Music
Music Studies
Painting And Drawing
Performing Arts
Philosophy
Photography
Physical Education and Physical Therapy
Physics
Political Science and International Relations
Printmaking
Product Design
Publishing
Religious Studies
Restaurant, Food and Beverage Management
Sculpture
Sociology
Sport Management
Sustainable Development
Tourism Management
Urban Studies
Video Production
Visual Communication
Wine and Culture
Wine Expertise