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Cornell University School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

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Programs

Dual Programs

Dates: June 23-August 4, 2018 (6 weeks)
Credits: 6 credits
Eligibility: current sophomores, juniors, seniors
(see eligibility requirements)

Overview

Can't choose just one program, major, and/or career? You don't have to!

Depending upon your eligibility, you can combine a three-week program from Session 1 with a three-week program from Session 2 for your own six-week "dual program." (See options below.)

Note: You may also combine the non-credit program Fabricating the Future: Robotics and Programming with a three-week program from Session 2 to create a five-week dual program (June 30–August 4).

"It was a really good experience because it gave me the opportunity to focus on each course individually," says CUSC alum Lindsay Ferstandig. "Having the switch in the middle totally refreshed me, so I stayed interested and excited to learn the entire time."

Three-week session 1

ProgramEligibility
Animal Science: Sustainable Animal HusbandrySoph, Jr, Sr
Art as ExperienceSoph, Jr, Sr
Debate and Rhetoric, Session ISoph, Jr, Sr
Design Immersion Jr, Sr
Freedom and JusticeSoph, Jr, Sr
Hospitality Operations Management: The Food/Beverage IndustrySoph, Jr, Sr
International Human Rights in Theory and PracticeSoph, Jr, Sr
Negotiations and Conflict ResolutionSoph, Jr, Sr
Public Health: Principles, Practices, and Policies Jr, Sr
Secrets of Business SuccessSoph, Jr, Sr
Social EntrepreneurshipSoph, Jr, Sr
Sport PsychologySoph, Jr, Sr
Veterinary Medicine: Small Animal PracticeSoph, Jr, Sr
War, Peace, Poverty, and Power: Intro to International RelationsJr, Sr

Three-week session 2

ProgramEligibility
Adolescent PsychologySoph, Jr, Sr
Debate and Rhetoric, Session IISoph, Jr, Sr
Disasters: Policy, Prevention, and RecoverySoph, Jr, Sr
Fundamentals of Modern MarketingSoph, Jr, Sr
Genius and Madness in LiteratureSoph, Jr, Sr
History and Politics of the Modern Middle EastSoph, Jr, Sr
Macroeconomics and Current Economic IssuesJr, Sr
Making a Difference by DesignSoph, Jr, Sr
Sculpture: Art in Three Dimensions Soph, Jr, Sr
Shakespeare on StageSoph, Jr, Sr
Songwriting, Session IISoph, Jr, Sr
The Business WorldSoph, Jr, Sr
The Digital World and YouJr, Sr
The Fashion StudioSoph, Jr, Sr
Transmedia: Image Sound MotionSoph, Jr, Sr
Veterinary Medicine: Conservation MedicineJr, Sr
Veterinary Medicine: Equine PracticeSoph, Jr, Sr

Student experiences

"Summer College at Cornell University was an intense academic experience, but at the same time an exhilarating one. Interacting with students from around the country and world and with excellent faculty on one of the most picturesque campuses I have ever seen was an experience I will never forget. I gained an appreciation of the degree of work and study that will be required in college. I was also pleasantly surprised at the amount of personal interaction between the students and the faculty. " — William Cranford, 2015

"The best experience of my life.... I couldn't have asked for a better summer!" — Tana Palomino, 2015