Curriculum

3-6 Credits Earned
 
This program is based at Santa Reparata International School of Art, our host institution. All courses are accredited and taught in English by our host institution's regular faculty. Students that successfully complete their coursework will receive a Santa Reparata transcript. Students may opt for a transcript of our School of record - Maryville University in St. Louis - at an additional fee. 
 
Students studying during the summer enroll for a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 credit hours for each of the 2 sessions. Students can combine academic lecture courses with hands-on studio courses for an intensive learning experience. 
 
Students may take maximum of 1 studio course per session. 
 
All applicants should aim to receive course pre-approval from their home institution. 
 
 
 
Summer Program
 
  • Session 1 will begin on May 23, 2019 and end on June 22, 2019
  • Session 2 will begin on June 26, 2019 and end on July 27, 2019.
 
Students may attend the first, the second, or both sessions.
 
 
Subjects
 
Photography, Printmaking, Book Arts, Painting, Drawing, Art History, Art Restoration, History, Music Appreciation, Politics and Social Science, Literature, Creative Writing, Cinema (Film Studies), Journalism, Fashion Design, Jewelry Design, Textiles Design, Italian Language (all levels), Intensive Italian.
 
 
 
Classroom Structure & Instruction
 
Academic Lecture Classes meet 4 hours daily, Monday through Thursday. All academic classes have two all-day field trips. Classes combine in-class lectures, discussion, and on-site visits.
 
 
Studio Classes
 
These hands-on courses meet 4 hours per day, Monday through Thursday. One Friday field trip is scheduled per session. Studio courses combine studio instruction, in-class demonstrations, and slide presentations. When possible students go on-site to work or visit exhibits and museums of relevance to the subject studied. Academic Lecture Classes meet 4 hours daily, Monday through Thursday. All academic classes have two all-day field trips. Classes combine in-class lectures, discussion, and on-site visits.
 
 
Course Catalog
 
Follow the link below to see the summer course catalog: