John Cabot University

Photo of a building at John Cabot University in Rome Italy
Program Schedule: 
Summer Session

(May-August)

Location: 
Italy
Rome
Sponsored By: 
College of Engineering
Eli Broad College of Business
College of Arts & Letters
College of Communication Arts and Sciences
College of Social Science
Available to Majors: 
All Engineering Majors
Available Classes: 
  • ME 201 – Thermodynamics - 3 credits
  • MTH 235 - Differential Equations - 3 credits
  • CSE 101
  • IAH
  • ISS

Fall and spring program participants are required to take a minimum of 13 and up to a maximum of 17 credits for the semester.  Students must take one four-credit Italian language course appropriate to their level of Italian proficiency, and will choose three or four additional three-credit courses from a wide range of subjects.  Summer program participants must enroll in one three-credit Italian language course as well as one additional course from the available summer course offerings.

What is the Program About?: 

Image of the Summer in Rome Study Abroad flier; photo of the Roman ColosseumClick here to see a detailed presentation about Rome and the John Cabot University as a PDF.

Click here to see a detailed presentation about Rome and the John Cabot University as a PowerPoint.

Located in the center of Rome, Italy, John Cabot University (JCU) is an American college. It is committed to providing an educational experience that is rooted in the American liberal arts tradition and solidly international in orientation. Within this framework, the college strives to develop in students the skills and habits required of responsible leaders in an increasingly interdependent world while enabling them to participate in, and contribute to, the richness and diversity of other cultures. International faculty and staff and a student population representing over thirty countries combine to create an unparalleled learning environment in which students are enabled to acquire the academic preparation needed for life-long learning and personal fulfillment.

Students will have the opportunity to take classes in a variety of arts and letters fields as well as business classes. An important focus of the experience is on Rome itself—Rome as a center of international business as well as a focal point of ancient, Renaissance and modern history and art. Students will experience first-hand the Eternal City's treasures and wealth of knowledge and will participate in Italian culture.

More Details (includes printable brochure): 
Program Contact: 

Maggie Blair-Ramsey
Coordinator, Engineering Education Abroad
Michigan State University
1108-F Engineering Building
East Lansing, MI 48824-1226
Phone: (517) 432-2012
Fax: (517) 355-2293
Email: blairram@egr.msu.edu