Cornell's Adult University
Adult and youth programs--travel around the world or have an education vacation on the beautiful Cornell campus--led by some of our most distinguished faculty!
|"Free Enterprise": The Use and Abuse of a Key American Concept|
|Behind Bars: Mass Incarceration and the Carceral State|
|New Paltz, New York The 2016 Presidential Election: A Weekend Seminar|
|Putin's Russia: The Soviet Past, the Democratic Experiment, and the Return of Dictatorship|
|The U.S. and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict|
Intensive learning experiences for students, professionals, and executives year-round, all drawing on Cornells renowned resources and faculty.
|Institute for Computer Policy and Law (ICPL)|
|Policy Development Program|
Summer College for High School Students
Offers talented high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors the opportunity to experience the excitement of college life, take university courses, work with renowned faculty, earn college credit, explore majors and careers, and make friends from around the world.
|Foundations in American Law|
|Freedom and Justice|
Study with renowned faculty, earn credits, gain valuable skills, and complete requirements--on campus, online, or around the world.
|AMST 1115 Introduction to American Government and Politics|
|AMST 3140 History of American Foreign Policy, 1912 to the Present|
|ASIAN 2225 Literature, Politics, and Genocide in Cambodia|
|Cornell in Washington Summer Program|
|CRP 3850 Special Topics|
|DSOC 2050 International Development|
|GOVT 1615 Introduction to Political Philosophy|
|GOVT 3071 Introduction to Public Policy|
|HIST 1880 American Constitutional History|
|HIST 3140 History of American Foreign Policy, 1912 to the Present|
|ILRLE 2400 Economics of Wages and Employment|
|NS 4630 Global Health, Development and Policy Issues in Tanzania|
|PAM 2110 Views on the News: Perspectives on Public Policy in America|
|Summer Program in Turin|
|Teaching American History Corning|
|Teaching American History Fallsburg|
Earn up to four credits in just three weeks--either on campus or online, reduce your course load, benefit from small classes, and immerse yourself in a subject. You can also work closely with your professor and receive more individualized attention.
|ECON 1110 Introductory Microeconomics|
|ECON 1120 Introductory Macroeconomics|
- Ithaca campus
- New York City
- Washington D.C.
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