Semester Study Abroad
Study abroad is an enriching experience for Art History majors and minors that is actively encouraged by the department.
Emory College Study Abroad administers and provides support for Emory's Study Abroad Programs.
Art History majors and minors are generally allowed to take two courses for major or minor credit during a semester abroad. Internships are also possible with several of the established programs listed below, but must be approved in advance.
Emory Approved Programs with excellent Art History course offerings include:
ROME: John Cabot University; IES Rome
FLORENCE: Syracuse University
LONDON: University College London
CORTONA: University of Georgia Visual Arts Program
MILAN: IES Milan
VIENNA: IES Vienna
Summer Study Abroad in Rome
The Art History Department's Summer Study Abroad Program is located in Rome. The Program is an intensive three week investigation of the city focused on its urban and monumental development; it is led by the department's two Rome specialists, Profs. Sarah McPhee and Eric Varner. Students live in apartment residences in Rome and there are additional field trips often incorporated into the curriculum including sites like Pompeii, the Villa D'Este and the Villa of Hadrian at Tivoli, and Ostia. This four credit hour course is open to majors and non majors alike.