Spring 2019 program
The spring semester allows you to get to know Sorrento before the tourism season begins and then experience the excitement of the beginning of the summer season.
Walk down to the marina between classes, wander the small streets, and get to know the true Sorrento!
- January 13th – May 4th, 2019
- Spring Break: March 2-10, 2019
- 3 credits per course for a total of 15-18 credits
- Students take one Italian course (all levels available) and 4-5 courses taught in English
- 3 excursions included: Pompeii, Mt Vesuvius, Naples
- Internship opportunities are also available for academic credit (as part of the 18 credits) in a variety of business and art sectors.
Please visit the Internship page to learn more.
- Tuition and fees.
All our courses are offered through Jacksonville University (Florida). For more questions on this process, please contact Sant'Anna Program Coordinator Olga Stinga at firstname.lastname@example.org. For application, contact Sant'Anna Assistant Program Coordinator Serena Vacca at email@example.com.
Spring 2019 Application Deadline: November 1st, 2018 APPLY HERE
Spring 2019 course offering
Internship and Service Learning
Introduction to Civic Engagement JU 330
Elementary Italian Language WL 101
Pre-Intermediate Italian Language WL 102
Intermediate Italian Language WL 201
Upper Intermediate Italian Language WL 202
Advanced Italian Language WL 301
Special Topics: Post-Advanced Italian WL 325
Medieval Italian Literature I - Dante WL 325
Medieval Italian Literature II WL 325
Modern Italian Literature WL 325
Contemporary Italian Literature WL 325
Elementary Latin WL 101
Pre-Intermediate Latin WL 102
Introductory Ancient Greek WL 101
Humanities and Arts
Introductory Writing ENGL 103
Creative Writing ENG 306WI
World Literature ENGL 203
Special Topics: History of Art from Ancient Greece to Italian Renaissance ARH 376
Special Topics: Archaeology Field Study HUM 399
World Geography GEOG 200
Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 101
History of Italian Cinema FVA 276
Special Topics: Drawing on Location ART 375
Introduction to digital photography ART 205
Competing in the Global Environment INB 303
Sustainability SUST 335
International tourism (4 credits) JU 330
Entrepreneurship and the New Economy ENT 481
Principles of Marketing MKG 301
Introduction to Sociology SOC 203
World Religions RELG 101
Special Topics: History of Contemporary Italy HIST 350
Special Topics: History of the Mafia HIST 350
Western Civilization Since 1648 HIST 165
Anthropology of Europe JU 330
Special Topics: Mediterranean Culture and History IS 305
International Politics POL 208
Special Topics: Human Rights JU 330
Sciences and Natural Sciences
Introduction to Geology JU 330
Introduction to Volcanology JU 330
Introduction to Marine Biology MSC 311
Special Topics: Marine Conservation MSC 430
All courses whose code starts with number 3, are upper level courses.
Please email Academic Director Marco Marino (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need the course syllabi.