EXPERIENCE ITALY in a whole new light. These courses are designed to give students a “FAST AND FURIOUS” introduction to Italian culture, business practices, language and environment. We will explore VENICE, PISA, FLORENCE, NAPLES, POMPEII, SORRENTO, SOMMA, VESUVIANA AND ROME. Students will visit various organizations to learn local business practices, and have an opportunity to sightsee and take in the leisure side of the Italian culture.
BADM 4010, 4093: Italy – Fast and Furious
March 16-24, 2018
3-5 Pre-Trip meetings will be required. TBD at a later date.
$1,699 + Airfare
Fee includes tuition for three credit hours and lodging in Italy and several group meals (including pre-trip and post-trip meals). The fee also includes a program tee shirt. CAGLE will assist in organizing your air travel, but it is your responsibility to purchase your own ticket. Airfare is estimated at $1,300. Program fee will be charged to your bursar account as shown in the Payment Schedule.
|-----||$200||Deposit charged upon application acceptance|
|Dec. 15||$452.75||Program Fee|
|Jan. 16||$1,046.25||Tuition Fee|
ALL PAYMENTS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE PROGRAM AFTER DECEMBER 15, 2017 (Drop Date)
*Payment Schedule-Charges will hit your Bursar on the above dates, however, if you do not drop by December 15, 2017 you will be responsible for the full cost of the program. The charges are split up to help students make payments.
The student is responsible for the full amount of $1,699 beginning December 15, 2017.
This also applies to students who apply and are accepted after December 15, 2017.
Please check with your academic advisor before enrolling in any of our study abroad and travel courses.
Please visit our office at 104E Business Building.
December 15, 2017 5 pm
Must contact CAGLE office by 5 pm
Center for Advanced Global Leadership and Engagement (CAGLE)
104E Business Building
“Studying abroad is wonderful. I love that we are able to learn about the Italian culture and experience it at the same time, while gaining 3 hours of college credit.”
—Study Abroad Italy 2010