Summer 2013 Course Offerings
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|Dept/Crse #||Class #||Summer Session I||Dept/Crse #||Class #||Summer Session II|
|THEO 279||2570||MUSC 101||1583||The Art of Listening (Molinaro) [fulfills core in artistic knowledge & experience]|
Roman Catholicism: Theology of Pilgrimage (Bohr, SJ) fulfills core in theological & religious studies knowledge)
|PLSC 102||2574||HIST 204||2664||Global History since 1500 (Khodarkovsky) [fulfills core in historical knowledge]|
|PHIL 177||2103||FNAR 200||1582||Art History: Pre-History to the Renaissance (Kopsaifti) [fulfills core in artistic knowledge & experience]|
|MARK 341||2572||FNAR 115||1666||Digital Photography (Denlinger) [fulfills core in artistic knowledge & experience]|
|LITR 269||1947||CLST 271||2665||Classical Mythology (Makowski) [fulfills core in literary knowledge]|
|ENGL 273 - 2013||2571|
|CLST 395||2254||Topography of Rome (Piga)|
|ITAL 101||1141, 2706||Italian I (Cristiani, Faramondi)||ITAL 101||1672||Italian I (Lombardi-Diop)|
|ITAL 102||1332||Italian II (Defraia)||ITAL 102||1673||Italian II (Martinez)|
|ITAL 103||2866||Italian III (Cristiani)|
|ITAL 250||2867||Composition & Conversation I (Defraia)|
All courses offered at the JFRC during any of its summer sessions carry three semester hours of credit unless specified otherwise.
Between the first and second summer sessions, the JFRC offers students who enroll either in Session I or in Session II an optional ten-day course / study trip: an exploration of the artistic heritage of classical Greece. This combination class/study trip will begin Friday, June 21st, and return to the JFRC on Sunday, June 30th.
Procedure: Students may enroll in CLST 206 during open registration for summer sessions. The deadline to drop the course without incurring a cancellation fee is Friday, March 29. Students may not drop the course themselves in LOCUS; they must write to Carla Mollica, Academic Services Advisor of the JFRC, at firstname.lastname@example.org to request that she process their withdrawal from the course.
Students who drop the course after March 29 will incur a $250 cancellation fee, charged against their account by the Bursar.
Because of the need to confirm commitments with hotels and tour companies, payment for the corresponding trip costs of that course is required before May 1. If a course is cancelled, any monies paid by a student will be refunded. If a course meets its enrollment but a student still chooses to drop it after Wednesday, May 1, then he or she will be billed for the trip in its entirety (€1,100 or $1,600), though no tuition will be charged.
CLST 206 Art of Ancient Greece
Costs: Tuition ($2,025) + €1,100 estimated for ten days' lodging, meals, and travel while in Greece (airfare to/from Athens is not included), Tuition and costs for the trip will be billed on a student's LOCUS account.