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Academics in Prato

The Tuscany Campus is administered entirely by the University of New Haven. Each semester students take a standard five-course load, including an Italian language course. Faculty at the Tuscany campus are a combination of UNH Faculty sent from the home campus and locally hired faculty. It is important to remember that the course offerings at the Tuscany Campus will change from semester to semester. Essential courses not available in Prato may be taken online.

Courses Always On Offer

Course Number

Course Title  

ARTS 2233

Art and Science of Renaissance Italy (CC 6)

 DGAD 1101

 Introduction to Multimedia (CC 3)

 ENGL 1105 (Fall only)

 Composition (CC 1.1)

ENGL 1110 (Spring only)

Composition and Literature (CC 1.1)

HIST 1102

The Western World in Modern Times (CC 4.1)

 HTMG 3307

 Cultural Understanding of Food & Cuisine (CC 5.2)

 PHIL 2210

 Logic (CC 2.3)


 Mathzone (CC 2.2)

GLBS 4450

 Contemporary Italian Life & Culture (CC 5.2/ 5.3)

ITAL 1101 or higher

Italian Language (CC 1.2/ 5.2/ 5.3)**

*One online class permitted



Spring 2017 Specific Courses

PSYC 3336                 

Abnormal Psychology* 

PSYC 3370

Theories of Personality*


Multicultural Psychology 

PSYC 3305

Experimental Methods in Psychology

CJST 2205/PSYC 2205

Forensic Psychology*

CJST 3365/PSYC 3365

Law, Psychology, & the Mental Health System

CJST 2250

Scientific Methods in CJ (CC 2.3)


Fall 2016 Specific Courses

CHEM 1115                                                                             

General Chemistry with Lab (CC 2.1)     

CSCI 1107

Computers and their Applications (CC 3)

CSCI 1110

Introduction to C Programming (CC 3)

EASC 1107P

Introduction to Engineering

MATH 1117

Calculus I (CC 2.2)

BIOL 2253

Biology I for Science Majors with Lab (CC 2.1)*     

PHIL 2210

 Logic (CC 2.3)


More classes may be added. Please check back for updates.

*Must meet the required pre-requisites

** Required for all students


Academic Policies

The UNH Prato program is fundamentally an academic program. The courses you take abroad count toward your GPA, good or bad.  

All regular UNH academic policies apply at the UNH Prato program. To consult these policies see