Study Abroad Preparation Seminar
Semester students who wish to participate in the Rome Program must first enroll and receive a satisfactory grade in DSN S 301: Study Abroad Preparation Seminar.
This required, one-credit seminar provides a cultural introduction to Italy and vital information on the particulars of living, studying and traveling abroad. The course is designed to:
- prepare you for a positive personal and educational experience in Rome;
- help you develop realistic expectations about studying abroad;
- introduce you to the challenges related to resident study;
- present practical and logistical information about the Rome Program; and
- introduce you to Italy and Italian culture.
Students interested in the summer and fall programs must take DSN S 301 in the spring semester prior to studying in Rome. Students interested in the spring program must take it in the fall semester prior to studying in Rome.
DSN S 301 is taught by the college's international programs director, Jen Hogan.