Study Abroad

One of the main features of the Italian Minor Program at Seattle University is the possibility, with early planning, to fulfill most of the Minor courses in Italy through a Study-Abroad Program. Students are required to complete 20 credits at Seattle University, and then they can take the remaining credits abroad and/or through elective interdisciplinary courses at Seattle University.

Contact the Italian Minor advisor and the Study Abroad office for how to proceed.

Examples of study abroad courses approved for the Italian minor

  • Intermediate Italian
  • Advanced Grammar and Conversation
  • Italian Composition I
  • It 301 Advanced Italian
  • Italian Cinema
  • Introduction to Italian Food Traditions
  • South of Italy Field Study

Through the Education Abroad office students can find sponsored and exchange programs in Italy.  In particular:

USAC in Torino (Torino, Italy)

  • SU Sponsored
  • Sample Courses
    • Italian Language
    • Italian Culture
    • Italian Cinema in English Translation: Twentieth-Century Italy Though the Lens of Cinema

ISA Business, Hospitality, Design and Liberal Arts (Florence, Italy)

  • SU Sponsored
  • Sample Courses
    • Italian Language
    • Contemporary Italian Literature
    • Dante Alighieri’s Florence: Readings and Cultural Walks

Arcadia in Rome (Rome, Italy)

SU Sponsored

Sample courses

  • Modern Life in the Eternal City
  • Italian Language
  • Food Studies: Art, Culture and Society

USAC in Viterbo (Viterbo, Italy)

  • Sample courses
    • Italian Language
    • Italian Culture and Society
    • Italian Cuisine and the Mediterranean Diet

Other opportunities include: