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Course Offerings

The Global Scholars Program is designed to make study abroad academically feasible for students of nearly all academic majors offered at The Citadel. The program allows students to enroll in up to 18 credit-hours of courses in fields including (but not limited to):

  • Modern Languages
  • Visual and Performing Arts 
  • History
  • Business Administration
  • Social Sciences
  • Literature
  • Natural Sciences 
  • Mathematics
  • Communications
  • International Studies
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Political Science
  • Exercise Science 

Pre-Approved Courses

Citadel students should choose courses from this pre-approved list of courses to ensure credit for the courses will transfer to The Citadel. Our advisors can work with students who are seeking a particular course that is not listed. To see classes being offered at American University of Rome, check this  online AUR course schedule. Be sure to select the correct semester.

In addition to the dozens of courses offered by the American University of Rome, students will have access to online Citadel courses including LDRS 433: Leadership Abroad. The Office of Study Abroad will walk students through the course selection process upon acceptance into the program. Students are advised to speak with their academic advisor regarding courses to be taken abroad prior to the course selection process.

American University of Rome

The American University of Rome is home to a highly diverse student body representing over forty countries on campus. A recently conducted language survey discovered 28 native languages among AUR's faculty and students - although all teaching is conducted in English! In reflection of this eclectic student body, AUR professors respect and draw from different points of view, ideas, and real-world experiences, enriching the dialogue within the classroom. Moreover, both faculty and students bring to the table a diversity in perspective that contributes and supplements the classroom experience.

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