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 University of New Haven 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 Typically Offered Every Term
Course Number Course Title
COMM 1130 Principles of Communication (CC 2.1)
ECON 1133 Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECON 1134 Introduction to Microeconomics
ARTS 2233 Art and Science of Renaissance Italy (old CC 6/new CC 9.1)
ENGL 1112*** Seminar in Academic Inquiry (CC 1.1)***
HIST 1102 The Western World in Modern Times (old CC 4.1/new CC 6.1)
HTMG 3307 Cultural Understanding of Food & Cuisine (old CC 5.2/new CC 8.1)
ITAL 1101 or higher Italian Language (old CC 1.2/ 5.2/ 5.3/new 8.1)*
ITAL 4401 Italian Culture Through Literature and Media
ITAL/GLBS 4450 Contemporary Italian Life & Culture (old CC 5.2/5.3/new 8.1)
MATH 1108 College Mathematics (old CC 2.2/new CC 3.1)
MATH 1115 Pre-Calculus (old CC 2.2/new CC 3.1)
MATH 1117 Calculus I (old CC 2.2/new CC 3.2)
MATH 1118 Calculus II (old CC 2.2/new CC 3.2)
PHIL 2210 Logic (old CC 2.3/new 5.2)
*One online class permitted

* Required for all students
**Must meet the required pre-requisites
*** Takes the place of ENGL 1105

CC=Core Curriculum

Program Specific Courses Fall 2019
Course Number Course Title
BIOL 4461 Biochemistry
BIOL 4470 Molecular Biotechnology
BIOL 3393 Scientific Evaluation and Writing
CJST 4578/NSEC 4578 Homeland Security and Terrorism
FIRE 2204 Fire Investigation I
FIRE 2207 Fire Prevention
FIRE 3325 Fire & Life Safety Codes
HLTH 3360 Healthcare Leadership
HLTH 3380 Cultural Competence in Healthcare
HLTH 4401 Special Topics: Comparative Health Systems
HNRS/IDDP/CJST/PSCI 4496 ST: Political Violence
INTB 4450 Foundations for International Business
JRNL 4459 Journalism Practicum
MGMT 2210 Management and Organization
NSEC 4401 Seminar in National Security Studies
NSEC 4450 ST: National Security Architecture and Mission
NSEC 4538 Weapons of Mass Destruction
PSCI 2241 International Relations (CC8.1, tier 1)

*Open to Honors majors & other students with permission

Program Specific Courses Spring 2020
Course Number Course Title
CJST 2201 Principles of Criminal Investigation
CJST 2250 Scientific Methods in Criminal Justice
CJST 2251 Quantitative Applications in Criminal Justice
CJST 3340 Race, Class and Gender Issues in Criminal Justice
CJST 4452 ST: Criminal Justice
EASC 1112 Methods of Engineering Analysis
EASC 1116/CHEM 1116 Chemistry with Applications to Biosystems (EASC 1121: Lab component)
PSYC 2225 Multicultural Psychology
PSYC 2336 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 3370 Theories of Personality