Florence is one of the most culturally sophisticated cities in
all of Europe. It houses more original artwork than almost any
other European city, and is called the birthplace of the Italian
Renaissance. The city is littered with museums, cathedrals, and
piazzas, and it's also a gastronome’s dream!
Located two hours north of Rome, Florence has a population of
approximately 4 million and was briefly the capital of the Kingdom
of Italy in 1865. Florence was long ruled by the Medici family,
whose legacy has left a far-reaching impact on art, culture,
history, and politics in this amazing city.
Our faculty-led program is run in conjunctions with CAPA
International and is considered to be one of the premiere Study
Abroad centers in Florence. It is located on the Piazza Galli-Tassi
on the Via Pandolfini. The school is in the shadow of the
Brunelleschi Dome and steps from Santa Croce.
Summer 2013 Courses
- PSY/HIS The History of The Brain: Dr. Sarah Uzelac
- MTH/SCI (non-lab) Art, Architecture, Math and Science in
Renaissance Italy: Dr. Maureen Markel and Dr. Margaret
For more information please look at CAPA's website for our MSMC
Summer 2013 Program: http://programs.capa.org/msmflorence
For the first time in the Summer of 2013 our students will have
the option of extending their stay for two extra weeks to undertake
independent travel! Please contact the Office of International
Programs for more information on this exciting opportunity!