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As you plan to participate in Halliburton Engineering Global Programs, please keep in mind that COVID-19 is still affecting world travel. Our office highly encourages you to have an academic backup plan ready if COVID-19 causes the cancelation of this program.

Locations and Dates

  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Dates: Depart U.S. on Jan. 19, 2022; classes will begin on Jan. 24, 2022
    • Students must attend all pre-departure meetings and/or classes
  • Term Offered: Spring 2022
  • Applicable Majors: Civil and environmental engineering, other engineering majors and students pursuing the engineering project management minor
  • GPA: 2.50 cumulative at time of application and until program start, and good standing with Texas A&M University  

Application Deadline: Sep. 10, 2021

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This program offers a full spring semester abroad with six Texas A&M University classes available on-site. It is designed to align with the civil and environmental engineering curriculum primarily for the junior year, but is open to students from other engineering departments as long as they register for at least two on-site classes. Please talk to your advisor to find out if the courses will fit into your degree plan.

The program fits into the context of Rome, the "Eternal City," one of the most culturally rich cities in the world. Students will have a unique opportunity to experience a full variety of engineering problems and solutions, taking into consideration the local cultures and traditions. Students will also be able to interact with peers from around the world who speak different languages, resulting in a truly unforgettable and enriching international experience that will provide both academic and personal benefits.

Texas A&M students will be integrated into the Department of Engineering at Roma Tre University, which will provide classroom facilities and needed IT resources.

Three of the Texas A&M on-site classes will be taught by Dr. Luca Quadrifoglio, and the others will be taught by qualified adjunct faculty from Roma Tre University. All classes are taught in English, using the typical format found at Texas A&M. Students can also register for suitable online courses through Texas A&M.

The class week will be Monday through Thursday with Fridays off. Two 10-day breaks will be embedded within the program calendar. Field trips — some technical — will also be included. These include four weekend trips (Tuscany/Florence, Umbria/Assisi/Orvieto, Pompeii/Sorrento/Capri/Amalfi Coast, and Abruzzo/L'Aquila/Appennini Mountains) and three to five day trips, in addition to typical Roman cultural visits (Colosseum, Imperial Fora, Vatican museums, Italian Serie A soccer game, etc.). All other weekends (three to five) are free for the students to explore and travel around Italy and Europe. A dozen group meals, a 20-hour Italian course and optional valuable internship opportunities will also be available during the program: local engineering firms and labs will offer positions requiring students to work five to eight hours a week with English-speaking supervisors. Students will be able to choose whether they want to stay in a shared apartment or in a local home (extra fee of $1,125, but includes breakfast and dinner Monday through Thursday).

ACCENT International (local U.S.-based experienced provider of study abroad programs with more than 25 years of experience) will coordinate all logistics, accommodation and internship arrangements, provide 24/7 emergency support and offer their facility and social events to students.

Courses Offered


  • All students are required to take at least 2 of these on-site courses.

Distance Learning

Other distance learning/online classes may be available. Please talk with your academic advisor for more information.

Online Courses

(*) Classes count for Engineering Project Management Minor Program.

Estimated Cost

Please note that all costs are subject to change.

Estimated Program Costs Cost
Fees Collected by Halliburton Engineering Global Programs Office
Administrative fee (Non-refundable billed separately upon commitment, not insurable) $500
Remaining Program Cost
Program Cost (includes Lodging, some meals, excursions, cultural visits, in-country transportation, CISI international health insurance, & Contribution toward faculty leader expenses
Total Fee Postings from Halliburton Global Programs & Education Abroad Office $8,900
Additional Estimated Expense for Program
Tuition and fees (3 credits included in spring flat rate tuition)* $6,700
International airfare $1,000+
Travel documents (passport and/or visa, if needed) $260
Meals and incidentals (not included in Program Fee) $1,000+
Cancel for Any Reason Insurance (recommended insurance for program fee less the less the administration fee). *Highly recommended but not required $1,300
Textbooks and supplies Varies
Personal spending (estimated $50 - $200 per week) Varies
Additional Estimated Expense ~$10,260
Estimated Grand Total ~$19,160

*The suggested amounts may fluctuate depending on the options students choose. They will not be billed by the Education Abroad Office or the Halliburton Engineering Global Programs Office, this should be taken into consideration when planning the finances of the program. For exact information regarding your course tuition and fees, please refer to Student Business Services Billing Explanations page.

Contact Information

Faculty Leaders

Dr. Luca Quadrifglio 
Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
301I DLEB 

Program Coordinator

Engineering Global Programs Office