Engineering Rome is a UW Exploration Seminar that covers Roman and Italian engineering over a range of 3,000 years from Ancient Rome to the present day. It consists of one 5-credit course, CEE 409/509 Engineering Rome, which takes place in Rome, Italy at the UW Rome Center for three weeks during the 2019 Summer-Fall quarter break. There is also a once-per-week orientation session that meets in Spring 2019 to provide background information, and program orientation.
Full 21-page brochure: 2019 Engineering Rome Course Information
|Location:||Rome, Italy and Seattle, Washington|
|Department:||Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Classroom Dates:||Spring Quarter 2019 (1.5 hrs. per week)|
|Dates in Rome:||26 August – 18 September 2019|
|Estimated Program Fee:||$4,800|
|Course||CEE 409/509 Engineering Rome|
|Program Director:||Steve Muench, Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering
|Application Deadline:||1 March 2019|
|Information Sessions:||15 November 2018
12:30 – 1:20 p.m.
More Hall, room 234
Sample Schedule (from 2017)
The schedule for 2019 is not yet complete. The 2017 schedule is an example of how it might work out: http://engineeringrome.org/class-schedule/