Criminal Justice Study Abroad to Italy
Explore crime and punishment in Ancient Rome by walking through the Ancient Roman forum where laws were issued and crimes adjudicated, then visit the Coliseum where punishment was meted out. See the famous underground catacombs that had their own role in the persecutions of the time period. Visit the Italian museum of crime and punishment to visually bring the class to life. And for sight-seeing tours, the Vatican, the Leaning Tour of Pisa, and the beautiful cities of Florence and Lucca cannot be equaled.
May 11-23, 2015
- CRIJ 4377: Criminal Justice Study Abroad to Italy
- CRIJ 6394: Criminal Justice Study Abroad to Italy
As it is a 4377 Special Topics, students will need to meet the class requirements before the trip. No visa is required for this trip.
The faculty leader will arrange the Hostel in Munich for the two weeks as well as all museum entrances, tours, etc.
Students will arrange their own independent flights and will collect in the airport based upon arrival parameters set by the faculty leader.
$2200 (including a $300 non-refundable deposit)
Includes: In-country travel, some meals, lodging, site visit fees
Not Included: Tuition & fees (summer semester)*, airfare, $200 study abroad service fee, some meals, spending money
*Note: Faculty-led out-of-country courses do not charge 3 fees: Rec Center, Student Center and Health Center=$275, as opposed to on-campus courses.
FACULTY LEADER CONTACT INFO
Dr. Will Oliver
March 7, 2014
- $300 deposit will be placed on your account after turning in the application.
Submit completed application to faculty leader via email or in person.
Office of International Programs
Farrington Building, Suite 116, Huntsville, TX 77340