TnCIS Italy | MUSC 1030
Siena, Florence, Venice, Rome
Complete details on the TnCIS website: https://www.tncis.org/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgramAngular&id=10014
Due to limited accommodation space, this program has a maximum capacity. Interested students
are strongly encouraged to apply by the early application deadline.
With beauty, history, art, architecture, food, wine, and culture, Italy offers the perfect setting for the study of many academic disciplines. Encompassing a legacy of genius in art and architecture that extends through every era from ancient to the most contemporary. Italy offers an excellent opportunity to experience the development of western art, civilization, society, and culture.
The program begins in Tuscany, which is distinguished by rolling hills, snow-capped mountains, and dramatic cypress trees, providing gorgeous views at practically every turn. The region is known for art, architecture, wine, cheese, and olive oil. We will stay at the rival cities of Siena and Florence. Next, the program will travel by train to the city unlike any other, Venice, Italy. Venice is full of epic grandeur, signature canals, opulent architecture, and inventive cuisine. The city, built on water, continues to defy convention at every turn. There is always something new to discover in a city that continues to excite, enlighten and surprise at every turn. Lastly, the program will travel by train to Rome. Bernini fountains, baroque basilicas, Michelangelo frescos, and street markets are found in the same city with chic designer stores, terrific restaurants, and a contemporary mass transit system.
Italy Program Fee: $4995 (scholarships are available!)
The program fee is due by March 6, 2020 and payable at your home institution. The program fee covers a round trip economy airfare for a single seat from Nashville, and the cost of all other basic program expenses such as program lodging, planned group excursions, required ground transportation, specified meals and limited health insurance.
Expenses not covered in the program fee include, but are not limited to: transportation to and from Nashville, any costs/fees imposed by the airline beyond the single seat economy airfare (i.e. domestic and international baggage fees or additional seat requirements), passport, any required tourist visa, textbooks, and personal spending money.
Six courses are being offered for ETSU credit. Students may take one
course during the program. Courses without sufficient enrollment are subject to cancellation; that decision is made in February.
Early World History: HIST 2310
Early World Literature: ENGL 2310
Introduction to Art: ART 1035
Introduction to Music: MUSC 1030
Principles of Accounting I: ACCT 1010
Survey of Art History II: ART 2020