Courses Offered at the Tuscany Campus:
Spring 2023

The Tuscany Campus is administered entirely by the University of New Haven. Students can choose their courses from the Tuscany Campus curriculum, including one mandatory Italian language course, and are required to maintain full time status. To help more students take the opportunity to study abroad, in Spring 2023 students can choose up to two online courses. This is intended to help students blend their major requirements with the core courses available in Italy.

Courses Typically Offered Every Term
Course Number Course Title Core Competency Lab Fees
ARTS 2233 Arts & Science of Renaissance Italy CC 9 Tier 1 $100
COMM 1130 Principles of Communication CC 2 Tier 1  
CJST 3327 The Mafia: Evolution of a Criminal Enterprise Elective  
ECON 1134 Introduction to Microeconomics CC 5 Tier 2  
HIST 1102 Modern Societies and Civilizations: Being Human in Modern Times CC 6 Tier 1  
HTMG 3307 Cultural Understanding of Food & Cuisine CC 8 Tier 1 $250
ITAL 1101 or higher** Italian Language CC 8 Tier 1 or Tier 2  
ITAL 2222 Italian Culture: Literature & Media CC 8 Tier 2  
ITAL 2250 Contemporary Italian Life and Culture CC 8 Tier 2  
MATH 1108* College Math CC 3 Tier 1 $115
MATH 1110* College Algebra CC3 Tier 1 $115
MATH 1115* Pre-Calculus CC 3 Tier 1 $115
MATH 1117* Calculus I CC 3 Tier 2  
MATH 1118* Calculus II CC 3 Tier 2  
MUSC 1112 Introduction to World Music CC 8 Tier 1, or CC 9 Tier 1  
PHIL 2210 Logic CC 5 Tier 2  
SOCI 1113 Sociology CC 7 Tier 1  
For Spring 2023, up to two online courses are allowed.

Program-Specific Courses - Spring 2023 Only
Course Number Course Title Professor
BIOL 2254*/56 Biology II: Organisms and Evolution Local Adjunct
EASC 1112 Methods of Engineering Analysis D. Harding
EASC 1120/1121 Chemistry with Applications to Biosystems with Lab D. Harding
PHYS 1150/1 Mechanics, Heat, and Waves with Lab Local Adjunct
CJST 1102 Criminal Law D. Maxwell
CJST 2201 Principles of Investigations D. Maxwell
CJST 4400* Criminal Justice Capstone Seminar D. Maxwell and D. Cooper
CJST 3311 Criminology D. Cooper
UNIV 1125 The UNCommon Course D. Cooper
CSCI 1166 Discreet Mathematics for Computing Local Adjunct
CSCI 1110 Introduction to C Programming Local Adjunct
CSCI 2212 Intermediate C/C++ Local Adjunct
PSYC 2225 Multicultural Psychology R. Torello
PSYC 2336* Abnormal Psychology R. Torello
PSYC 3370 Theories of Personalities R. Torello

*Indicates a pre-requisite
**Italian language is a required course
Please note lab fees are subject to change.

Frequently Asked Questions

For questions specific to the Tuscany Study Abroad program, please see our Tuscany Campus FAQ.

Spring 2023 FAQ   General FAQ

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