Course Fees

Syracuse Florence Center: Spring 2018

Students who register for any of the courses listed below will be charged a fee to cover special activities, such as field study or attendance at special events, which are an integral part of the course. Field study fees may reflect cost of transportation, accommodations, guest lectures, and most entry fees. Attendance is mandatory, so we strongly discourage students from booking any personal travel before finalizing their registration in Florence so they know which course-related field study they will be required to attend.

Fees are billed from Syracuse University following the overseas registration period and will appear on a subsequent Bursar statement. Students receive an email notice to view their bill in MySlice. These fees are not included in either the tuition or program fees, which are billed prior to departure. Any new course-related fees or fee increases approved after this date will be announced prior to registration. All students who register for a course with a course-related fee are required to pay the fee, even if they are only auditing the course.

Please note: All field study is planned in advance and subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances (safety or weather-related alerts, strikes, etc.). In the event there are any changes to the proposed schedule/itinerary, we will either provide an alternative option of comparable academic significance and cost, or process the applicable credit to students’ Bursar accounts.

Financial deadline to withdraw from the program: Please refer to the Syracuse University Tuition, Fees, and Related Policies Bulletin  for information on refund of course-related fees for students who withdraw from the program voluntarily, involuntarily, or due to suspension or expulsion.

Financial drop deadline: Students who drop a class by the Financial Deadline indicated in MySlice may request a refund of any unspent or uncommitted portion of the course fee. There is no refund of course fees to students in the program who make course/credit changes after this deadline except for an excused absence due to a scheduling conflict with other required field study.


Architecture (ARC)

ARC 332/632 Sixteenth-Century Italian Architecture (Florence site visits) $55

ARC 335/635 Renaissance Architecture in Italy (The Ideal City day trip; Florence site visits) $170

ARC 407/408, ARC 608/609 (studio supplies and related activities) $130

ARC 500.1 Italian Art & Architecture Since 1865 (Divisionism to Futurism day trip; Contemporary Excellence in Italy day trip; site entry fees) $280

ARC 500.4 Italian Public Space as Representation of Collective Form (equipment rental, special printing costs) $75*

ARC 571 Survey of Italian Architecture (overnight field trips) $1125**

* Students will also incur out-of-pocket expenses for independent travel to a research site.

**Actual costs are higher and are supplemented by a portion of the program fee; therefore, students in this field study course do not participate in the all-school field trips.


Arts and Sciences (ANT, HOA, HST, LIT, SOC, WGS), Sport and Human Dynamics (FST, NSD), and Visual and Performing Arts (CMD, CRS, DES, DRA, FIL, IND)

BUA/DES 300.1 Made in Italy: Business, Craftsmanship, and Branding Success (Florence site visits) $60

CMD 450 Communications Design Problems (lab fee) $75

DES 485 Multidisciplinary Design Studio (2-day trip to Milan; site entry fees, studio fee) $340

HOA 203 Italian Arts from Antiquity to Michelangelo (day trips to Rome and Pisa/Carrara; Florence site visits) $340

HOA 300.1 Artist-Client Relations: Collaboration and Risk in Renaissance Italy (Florence site visits) $110

HOA 300.3 Leonardo da Vinci (day trips to Milan and Vinci, Florence site visits) $360

HOA 303/ANT 422 Etruscans & Romans: Ancient Art and Society in Italy (3-day trip to Rome/Pompeii/Sorrento; day trip to Tarquinia/Cerveteri; Florence site visits) $580

HOA 320 (both sections) Italian Renaissance Art (overnight trip to Padua/Mantua; Florence site visits) $300

HOA 322 Renaissance Architecture in Italy (The Ideal City day trip; site entry fees) $170

HOA 323 Sixteenth-Century Italian Architecture (Florence site visits) $55

HOA 400.1 Italian Art & Architecture Since 1865 (Divisionism to Futurism day trip; Contemporary Excellence in Italy day trip; site entry fees) $280

HOA 405 The Mediterranean City: Architecture, Ritual & Power (day trip to Pisa/Lucca; 3-day Veneto tour; Florence site visits) $610

HOA 411 The Black Death and Medieval Art (day trips to Pisa/Lucca and Padua; Florence site visits) $310

HOA 424 Sixteenth-Century Italian Art and Identity (day trip to Venice; Rome day trip; site entry fees) $245

HST/SOC 300.1 The Italian Mafia (four-day trip to Sicily) $560

IND 481 Ethnography and Culture in Design (lab fee) $75

LIT/DRA/WGS 381 Italian and European Theatre, 1500-1700 (Veneto Theater Tour day trip; site entry fees) $195

LIT 400.5/CRS 483/FIL 300.5 Contemporary Cinema, Ideology, and Pleasure (cinema passes) $50

 

NSD 452/HST 300 (both sections) Mediterranean Food and Culture (day trip to Chianti; tastings; Florence site visits) $230


Studio Arts at Syracuse Florence (APH, ARI, CER, PRT, PTG)

A lab fee will be charged in all courses to cover the cost of models and/or basic studio supplies and studio maintenance. Students must pay directly for additional supplies, if needed, and either bring or purchase materials more appropriate to individual selection, noted with an asterisk (*).

Ceramics: CER 221/222, CER 321/322 (Florence site visits) $230

Photo: APH 264, 243, 340 (* for 264 – bring or purchase a compact digital camera and 16-32 GB memory cards, not included; * for 243 and 340 – bring or purchase a SLR digital camera and 16-32 GB memory cards, not included) (all sections include Florence site visits) $290

Printmaking: PRT 251, 351/352 (day trips to Bologna and Pistoia/Barga; Florence site visit) $335

Painting: ARI 261 Painting Studio I (Florence site visits)  $300

PTG 300.2, PTG 400.2 Intermediate and Advanced Painting (Florence site visits) $295

PTG 300.1 Renaissance Painting Techniques and Conservation through Modern Technology (Florence site visits) $175

Drawing: ARI 467 Experimental Advanced Drawing (*Students must bring with them or purchase specialty drawing papers and tools suited to individual project(s) (Florence site visits) $215

PTG 200.2 Sketchbook: Introductory Drawing (day trip to Pistoia/Barga; Florence site visits) $215

PTG 355/356 Intermediate Drawing I and II *Students must bring with them or purchase specialty drawing papers and tools suited to individual project(s) (Florence site visits) $215

PTG 555 Drawing Research *Students must bring with them or purchase specialty drawing papers and tools suited to individual project(s) (Florence site visits) $215


Studio Arts in Florentine Studios (JAM, TXT)

A lab fee will be charged in all courses to cover the cost of models and/or basic studio supplies and studio maintenance. All JAM fees also include a tool kit. Students must pay directly for additional supplies, if needed, and either bring or purchase materials more appropriate to individual selection, noted with an asterisk (*).

JAM 280.1/280.1 Beginning Metalsmithing I and II (*Students must purchase stones and extra metal for larger projects) $175

TXT 280.2/380.2 Silkscreen I and II (*Students must purchase china ink pen and tips and specialty fabrics suited to individual projects) $165

TXT 280.3/380.3 Woven Design I and II (*Students must purchase specialty yarns and dyes suited to individual projects) $105