John Cabot University, Rome:
Earn an American undergraduate degree while experiencing academic life and culture in the historic city of Rome! John Cabot University (JCU) is the largest overseas American liberal arts university in Italy.Email: Contact us below
We provide 2-year Associate of Arts (AA) and 4-year Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree programs in the fields of Humanities, Business and Economics, and Political and Social Sciences to students from the U.S. and worldwide. The language of instruction is English. JCU is accredited by the American Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Associate of Arts (AA) Degree Programs - Taught in English:
The Associate of Arts is a two-year liberal arts degree program that is available in every major and minor field of study at JCU:
- Humanities: Art History; Classical Studies; English Literature; History; Humanistic Studies; Italian Studies
- Business and Economics: Business Administration; Economics and Finance; International Business; Marketing
- Political and Social Sciences: Communications; International Affairs; Political Science
The AA degree includes a major field as well as other requirements as follows:
- The Proficiency Requirements of the University in Mathematics, English, and Foreign Language.
- The General Distribution Requirements: One course from each of the following areas:
* Mathematics or Science (MA101 Intermediate Algebra does not fulfill this requirement.)
* English Literature (any course)
* Humanities - History, Literature, Philosophy or Religion 5
* Social Science - Communications, Economics, Political Science or Psychology
* Fine Arts - Art History, Dramatic Literature, Music, Studio Art or Theater.
- 6 courses in the major field
The University requires an overall minimum grade point average of 2.00, with no more than one grade lower than C- in core courses.
You are required to complete two courses in a field related to the major, as well as General Electives sufficient to give a total of at least 60 credits.