These courses can be held in Italian and/or in English. Students who apply for the course held in Italian are asked to complete the Italian Language Course IL - 202. Some of these courses also include guided excursions to archaeological sites and museums.
These courses have a different duration form 45 contact lessons to 60 contact lessons. Additional hours of laboratory are included for specific courses (see the description below). Self-study hours are also additional and have to be considered for each course. Full day and half day excursions are included in the courses, but they are not included in the contact hours.
Lessons duration: Each lesson - 45 minutes.
|Cod. ARHS101 - The Renaissance and the Baroque period in Italian Art History||3 credits|
|Cod. ARHS102 - Greek and Roman Art in Southern Italy||3 credits|
|Cod. ITLIT 201 - Italian Literature I: XIII – XVIII centuries||3 credits|
|Cod. ITLIT 202 - Italian Literature II: XVIII cent. to the present||3 credits|
|Cod. ITHIST 301 - Italian History I: The major dominions in Southern Italy||3 credits|
|Cod. ITHIST 302 - Italian History II: from Unification to the present||3 credits|
|Cod. ITCIN 401 - History of Italian Cinema: from Neorealism to the present||3 credits|
|Cod. ITTHE 501 - The History of Neapolitan Theatre||3 credits|
|Cod. ITARC 601 - Introduction to Classical Archaeology||3 credits|
|Cod. NART 602 - Mediterranean Diet and Italian cuisine||3 credits|
|Cod. ITTHART - Discovering Italy through the Arts||3 credits|
Assessment Methods: Final grades are based upon a midterm and final exams, the term paper, class attendance and participation, class homework. Assessment criteria will be agreed with the University professors.
An Official Transcript will be provided to the Registrar's or Study Abroad Office whichever is identified on the previous Transcript Request Form filled by students on arrival.
Instructors and Experts: Accademia Italiana works with qualified Instructors who are ready to supply Study Abroad Chairs and Registrar with any necessary material or information needed for properly assessing credit transfers and for the course approval, such as: course syllabi, textbooks, class materials, exams, progress reports, and teacher qualifications.
Practical courses, such as ceramics, restoration, cooking, archaeology, music, are held by experts of higher institutions in the Salerno area. Before starting courses, students will be provided with a full detailed syllabus.