As one of the European Union’s largest agricultural producers, agriculture accounts for roughly two percent of the Italy’s GDP. Core courses in this program allow you to investigate the agricultural systems, businesses and economics of Italy. Your studies will explore the country’s large-scale production, as well as small-scale, high quality consumer goods. Courses will consider resources and environment, and the effect of local and EU policies. Your professors will take advantage of Florence’s central location to help you discover Italy’s agricultural heritage and reality as course trips outside the classroom will bring your studies to life.
Rec. Semester Credits
2.5 Min GPA; High School Graduate; All levels of Italian
The CEA Florence Center offers a variety of courses that allow you to explore all that Florence has to offer, with your professors as guides. Classes are small, taught in English, and take full advantage of the city just beyond our doors. Experiential
learning opportunities outside the classroom are plentiful and bring lessons to life, exposing you to new perspectives and starting you on your journey toward global citizenship. Students will receive a transcript from the University of New Haven,
CEA’s School of Record, upon completion of their program.