For complete info, please visit the website for The Office of International Programs
Please note the following:
Offerings vary by semester.
Courses are three credits each.
Students should register for a minimum of fifteen credit hours.
Art History 313 (Italian Renaissance Art) Exploration of the invention of perspective and techniques of Renaissance realism including masterpieces by major artists such as Giotto, Donatello & Michelangelo. Weekly visits to museums and churches. Taught in English.
Students participating in the Semester in Florence may fulfill their Cluster Two requirements by taking nine hours on site in Art History 313 (Italian Renaissance Art), English 302F (Dante's Commedia), and GHUM 250F (The Florentine Enlightenment).
Please note the following: All courses are three credit hours. Offerings vary by semester. You must take at least four courses and you are advised against taking more than five. You may participate without extra cost in any of the course outings, and you will receive theatre and concert tickets even if you do not take the related course for credit. You may take an independent study in your major under the supervision of a JMU faculty member and with the approval of the program director. Students should register for a minimum of fifteen credit hours.
Art History 315 (Masterpieces of British Architecture)
The history and theory of British architecture. Visits to the outstanding structures in England from prehistoric to modern times.
Art History 316 (Masterpieces of British Art)
Survey of painting and sculpture in Britain from 1530 to 1860, concentrating on 18th and 19th century painting. British art is viewed in the context of European civilization. Weekly visits to London museums.
Students planning to participate in JMU's Semester in London Program may fulfill their Cluster 2 requirements by taking three hours on campus selected from GPHL 101, GHUM 102, GHIS 101B or GHIS 102B, plus six hours on site including three hours in art or music, and three hours in literature or theater.
During the seven weeks in China, students will work to document the Changing Face of Urban and Rural China in the city of Beijing and the Rural Township of The Pearl River Valley, just North of the Great Wall. We are living at a pivotal point of World History. Over 50% of human population is living in Urban Environments. JMU students are invited to work on project teams to explore the massive urban and cultural change that has occurred since the announcement of the Beijing Olympics in 2008. Beijing's extensive highway system did not exist and bicycles were the main source of transportation before 2008. These changes have substantially effected Chinese life. For more information, visit: http://www.jmu.edu/international/abroad/programs/jmu-beijing-base.shtml
The JMU Summer Program in Berlin is open to all students in good academic standing who are interested in travel and study abroad. (No German language experience is necessary.) Students will earn 6-11 transfer credit hours from the International Summer University at the Free University of Berlin (FUBiS), selecting two courses from a variety of offerings in history, art history, German language, and other disciplines. Classroom meetings on weekday mornings are accompanied in the afternoons by city tours, museum visits, performances, and other outings. Students may choose to participate in additional weekend excursions to sites such as Hamburg, Prague, and Auschwitz. All courses (except German language instruction) are taught in English. Classroom meetings on weekday mornings are followed in the afternoons by city tours, museum visits, performances, and other excursions.
Representing the Nation: From Romanticism to Reunification.
JMU course equivalent: GART 200 OR ARTH 320
All courses are three credit hours. You must take at least five courses and are advised against taking more than six. You may take an independent study in your major under the supervision of a JMU faculty member and with the approval of the program director, and you may participate in any of the course outings even if you do not take the related course.
ARTH 414/SPAN 490T(Tenative): Masterpieces of Spanish Art
The study abroad program in Seoul will introduce an international unique experience, understanding of East-Asia cultures, and to enhance their problem solving capabilities through Art, Design, and culture in Seoul, Korea. Teaching and learning activities are including classes, seminars, and field trip as well as visit traditional and contemporary art museum, medieval Korean palace, DMZ, etc. Students will be experienced a fantastic shopping, foods, fun districts in Seoul. This will be a truly unforgettable moment in your life. Objectives of the Course – Students will:- Experience the diverse cultures of creative cities through the common language of design and share contemporary design & artist knowledge. - Learning and understanding a global design thinking.- Dealing with interpersonal relationships- Participate seminars and lectures at leading universities, design centers, and design firms. - Visiting traditional and art & design museums, landmarks in city, street markets, etc. - Participate in cultural events. For more information, visit: http://www.jmu.edu/international/abroad/programs/jmu-korea-art.shtml
ART 392: Topics in Art: Photography in Seoul (3 credits)
GPRH 392: Special Topic in Graphic Design: Global Design Thinking (3 credits)
GRPH 390: Independent Study in Graphic Design (3 credits)