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Geneva College, Rome

Located in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, Geneva College is a private, four-year Christian college dedicated to educating their students for servant-leader ministry. Their Semester in Rome program focuses mainly on humanities courses taught “through the lenses of both Reformed and Western traditions,” and houses students in a villa near many of Rome’s major historical and cultural sites. Field trip and travel opportunities include visiting Pompeii, Florence, and Venice. Semester in Rome is especially beneficial to students in majors under the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences (English, History, Film, etc.) and may even be able to accommodate general studies courses. Ministry opportunities during the semester are highly encouraged. Read more about Service Opportunities in Rome (PDF). For additional information, visit www.geneva.edu/object/rome, email studyabroad@apu.edu, or call the Center for Global Learning & Engagement at (626) 857-2440.

Courses (APU/Geneva)

HUM 221
Humanities Seminar I: Great Works*
3
- or -
HUM 321
Humanities Seminar I: Great Works*
3
HUM 222
Humanities Seminar II: Literary Masterpieces*
3
- or -
HUM 322
Humanities Seminar II: Literary Masterpieces*
3
HUM 223
Humanities Seminar III: Aesthetics*
3
- or -
HUM 323
Humanities Seminar III: Aesthetics*
3
MODL 101
Modern Language I
4
ENGL 311
Film and Literature***
3
- or -
TFT 311
Film and Literature***
3

* These are the APU equivalent courses. In Rome, students will take one 9-unit course: Italy and the Western Humanities (HUM 300).
** This is the APU equivalent course. In Rome, students will take Italian Language and Culture (FCL 101).
*** These are the APU equivalent courses. In Rome, students will take Italian Cinema (ENG 305).