Skip to content
Study Abroad

The University of Scranton Study Abroad Program


  • Loading...

View All

Programs : Brochure
This page is the brochure for your selected program. You can view the provided information for this program on this page and click on the available buttons for additional options.
Spring Hill College Italy Center
Bologna, Italy (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Fall,
Homepage: Click to visit
Restrictions: Scranton applicants only
Budget Sheets Fall,
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2018 04/15/2018 04/30/2018 TBA TBA
Fact Sheet:
Instruction Language: English Language Courses: Italian/Elementary, Italian/Intermediate
Fields of study:
Art History, Communication, International Business, Italian, Literature, Philosophy, Political Science, Theology/Religious Studies Minimum GPA: 2.8
Eligibility-Class: 03 Second Semester Sophomore, 04 Junior, 05 Senior Credits/Term: 12-16
Program Type:
Direct Enrollment Housing Options: Residence Halls
Dining hall/meal plan
Program Description:
About the Italy Center

Throughout the world, the Jesuits are synonymous with excellence in education and caring for the whole person – mind, body and spirit. In the Jesuit tradition, the Spring Hill College Italy Center offers a well-rounded education that will shape students’ leadership skills and strengthen their commitment to social justice and serving others.

The majority of courses offered are considered “core” classes, generally mid-level offerings in numerous areas of study including humanities, social science and business. Students typically plan with their adviser to take a number of the core requirements and/or electives during their study abroad. Additionally, students often complete their foreign language requirements while living abroad.

The Italy Center curriculum integrates social justice issues into our students’ academic work, whether it’s completing “Road Work” assignments in preparation for and during their Social Justice Tour, or taking our students outside the classroom and engaging them in the world around them. Our faculty is dedicated to encouraging student development and growth through current events and things their students can see and touch – not just things they read about in books or articles.


The Italy Center offers courses on a rotating basis each year. Below you will find the courses listed by semester linked to their full course descriptions. Please note the following items when considering your course schedule (applicable to semester programs only):

All courses are three (3) credits unless otherwise noted
13-16 Total credit hours per semester (any more must be approved by the Director)
Minimum three (3) credits of Italian
Humanities 461: Mandatory one (1) credit course