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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!
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.
|Cornell Engineering Experience|
|Fabricating the Future: Robotics and Artificial Intelligence|
|The Digital World and You|
Study with renowned faculty, earn credits, gain valuable skills, and complete requirements--on campus, online, or around the world.
|BIOG 3500: Introduction to Applied Science Communication: Digital Platforms and Public Engagement|
|BIOSM 2300: Examining Marine Climate Change|
|BIOSM 3330: Marine Parasitology and Disease|
|BIOSM 3500: Science Communication in Coastal and Marine Environments: Digital Platforms & Public Engagement|
|BIOSM 4720: Genetics of Marine Diversity|
|BIOSM 4990: Research in Biology|
|BSOC 2821: Science in Western Civilization: Newton to Darwin, Darwin to Einstein|
|COMM 3060: Connecting Experience: Creating a Personal Brand & Implementing an ePortfolio|
|COMM 3200 New Media and Society|
|CS 3109: Data Structures and Functional Programming Concepts|
|DEA 2030 Digital Communications|
|HIST 2820: Science in Western Civilization|
|INFO 1100 Introduction to Media Programming|
|INFO 1305: Computation and Culture in a Digital Age|
|INFO 2450: Communication and Technology|
|INFO 4301: Ethics in New Media, Technology, and Communication|
|SPAN 2097: Monologue:Being in the World|
|STS 2071: Introduction to the History of Medicine|
|STS 2821: Science in Western Civilization|
|VISST 1100 Introduction to Media Programming|
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.
|CS 1610 Computing in the Arts|
|MUSIC 1465 Computing in the Arts|
|PMA 1640 Computing in the Arts|
|PSYCH 1650 Computing in the Arts|
- Ithaca campus
- New York City
- Washington D.C.
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Location: Europe, Ithaca, New York City, U.S. (east), Washington D.C.