Pantheon Institute Course Bulletin

ARCHITECTURE (ARCH)

Required fourth year semester (in a five-year professional B.Arch degree granting program) curriculum that is NAAB accredited. Courses in Architectural Design, Analysis and Cartographic Studies.

 

ARCH 499A  Architecture Design Studio

ARCH 499B  Architectural Analysis – Architecture and the City

ARCH 499C  Roman Cartography as Imago Urbis

ARCH 499D  City and Town: Urban Analysis of Towns in the Campagna Romana

ARCH 499E  Architectural Analysis II – The Modern Language of Roman Late Renaissance & Baroque Architecture

ARCH 499G  Architectural Geometry

ARCH 496  Independent Studies or Creative Projects, including research and design supervised on an individual basis

ARCH 297  see International Program in Nutrition

ARCH 399  L I N K S – Architecture and the Arts in Contemporary Italy

ARCH 499  Roman Architecture and Urban History

 

 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE (LARCH)

Required fourth year semester (in an accredited five-year professional B. Landscape Architecture degree granting program)

LARCH 499A  Urban Design Studio: Rome (6 credits)

LARCH 499B  Urban Development

LARCH 499C  Urban Design Implementation

LARCH 499D  Special Topics: Urban Development in Rome

LARCH 496  Independent Studies or Creative Projects (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING (AE)

Summer Program course offerings  in Architectural Design, Medieval Masonry structures and Historical Engineering Techniques.

AE 497A  Ancient Roman and Medieval Structural Design

These course counts as:

ARCH 499A = ARCH 441

ARCH 499B = GA

ARCH 499C = GH

AE 497A = department elective

You can have 9 GA and 3 GH Credits and use the 9-6-3 option for general education requirements

AE 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (INARCH)

INARCH 470  History of Italian Interior Architecture

 

ART HISTORY (ART H)

Semester long and Summer offerings in Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture, Ancient Roman and Medieval Art and Architecture.

ARTH 399  (AHMM300): Survey of the Masters and Monuments of Rome

ARTH 296  Independent Studies or Creative Projects (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

COMMUNICATION ART AND SCIENCE (CAS)

Elective Summer Program in Liberal Arts with courses in Film, Rhetoric, and Interpretation.

CAS 415  Rhetoric of Film – Italian Cinema

CAS 499A  International Study: The Rhetoric of Travel and Tourism – American and British Writers in Italy from the 19th Century to the Present

CAS 499B  The Rhetoric of Rome: Street and Studio

CAS 496  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

ENGLISH (LIT)

Semester-long offerings in Comparative Literature and Creative Writing.

LIT 399  Rome and the Art of Living: Creative non-Fiction

LIT 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

HISTORY (HIST)

Semester long courses in Social and Political History of Italy and Europe.

HIST 399A  Ancient Rome: Civilization & Legacy

HIST 399B (HSAH300): Saint Peter’s and the Vatican: The Papacy and Architecture

HIST 296  Independent Studies or Creative Projects (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES (HDFS)

Elective Summer Program with courses in Childhood Development, Family Studies, Montessori School and Independent Study options.

HDFS 499A  Early Childhood in Italy

HDFS 499B  Historical Roots of the Modern Italian Family

HDFS 499C  Italian Relationships, Both Cultural and Familial

HDFS 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

INTEGRATIVE ARTS (IN ART; A&A)

Elective Summer Program with courses in Photography, Art Appreciation, Studio, and Visual Arts

INART 299A  Photographing Italian Culture

INART 299B  Making Better Photographs

INART 399A  Introduction to Digital Photography: Capturing Rome

INART 399B  Intermediate Digital Photography: Capturing Rome

INART 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

INART 499  see International Program in Nutrition

A&A 499  Modern & Contemporary Italian visual culture (visual arts, cinema, product design & architecture)

A&A 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (IB)

Semester long courses in International Business, Marketing and Finance.

IB 399A  International Finance

IB 399B  International Marketing

IB 399C  International Trade

IB 399D  Business in the European Union

IB 399E  The Italian Economy and Business Environment

IB 399F  Small Business Entrepreneurship

IB 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM IN NUTRITION (INUTR)

Designed for Nutrition Science majors, this Summer program teaches courses in the Mediterranean Diet, International Food Organizations, and World Hunger issues.

(New course offerings are being added to this program – updates to follow)

INUTR 399A  Historical, Cultural and Scientific Aspects of the Mediterranean Diet

INUTR 399B  The World Food Program & FAO

INUTR 499  International Nutrition Education and Program Planning

ARCH 297  Explorations in Italian Architecture and Urban Form

INART 499  Rome: Integrative Arts Independent Study

INUTR 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE (IT)

Semester-long and Summer offerings in Italian language acquisition from Beginner to Advanced levels.

IT 001  Elementary Italian I (4 credits)

IT 002  Elementary Italian II (4 credits)

IT 003  Intermediate Italian I (4 credits)

IT 004  Intermediate Italian II (4 credits)

IT 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

ITALIAN STUDIES-INTERDISCIPLINARY (IT STU)

Semester-long course offerings on a variety of disciplines related to Italian contribution to world culture. Courses cover, Italian Cinema, Italian Painting and Visual Arts in general, Interior and Product Design, as well as the Culinary Arts.

ITSTU 399A (IT009)  Introduction to Italian Culture, Food, Fashion, Family

ITSTU 399B  Modern Italian Cinema and Theatre

ITSTU 399C  Interior and Product Design

ITSTU 399D  Italian Culinary Arts

ITSTU 399E  Introduction to Contemporary Visual Arts in Italy

ITSTU 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOTO)

Semester long concentration on the photographic arts with courses in all levels of Digital Photography, Black and White photography, and European Publications.

PHOTO 399A (SADP 300)  Introduction to Digital Photography: Capturing Italian Culture

PHOTO 399B  Intermediate Digital Photography: Capturing Italian Culture

PHOTO 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

POLITICAL SCIENCE (PLSC)

Semester long courses in Contemporary Italian Politics and the European Union.

PLSC 399A  The Government and Politics of Contemporary Italy

PLSC 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

URBAN PLANNING (URPL)

Elective courses on the urban and regional planning of Rome. From its historical origin accounts to the colonization strategies of the Empire, Rome is a perfect case history of city planning evolution. Courses are centered around historical and current planning operations.

URPL 399A  Introduction to Roman City Planning

URPL 399B  The city of Rome. Contemporary planning issues.

URPL 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

VISUAL ARTS (VART)

VART 399A  Watercolor Painting

VART 396  Independent Studies or Creative Projects  (including research and design supervised on an individual basis)

 

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