Winter Session 2019 will run from December 26, 2018 to January 19, 2019, with three-week on-campus classes beginning on January 2, 2019. We will update the Winter Session site in September. If you would like to receive an e-mail notice when this happens, please join our e-mail list. In the meantime, you may want to browse through the site to get an idea of what we offer.
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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!
|150 Years of Collecting at Cornell: An Insider's View|
|Austria and Hungary: After the Habsburgs--Authoritarianism and Democracy|
|Ecuador: Galapagos and the Andean Highlands--A Family-Friendly Expedition|
|From the Puritans to the Panthers: The American Political Tradition|
|Israel and the Palestinian Territory: The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Up Close|
|James Joyce: Daedalus in Dublin|
|New Paltz, NY: The 2018 Midterm Elections--A Weekend Seminar|
|Not Just a Game: Sports and Politics in American History|
|Ten Astronomical Discoveries That Shook Our Universe|
|The Mythical Dominion: A History of Brooklyn|
|The Trial of Socrates|
|The Uncertain Future of American Higher Education|
|Treasures of the Ionian and Adriatic Seas: A Voyage from Athens to Venice|
|Washington, DC: Inside the Smithsonian with Curators and Conservators|
|Whistler and the Victorian Art World|
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.
|Freedom and Justice|
|Genius and Madness in Literature|
|History and Politics of the Modern Middle East|
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|
|BSOC 2071 Introduction to the History of Medicine|
|BSOC 2821 Science in Western Civilization: Newton to Darwin, Darwin to Einstein|
|GOVT 1615 Introduction to Political Philosophy|
|GOVT 2623 History and Politics of the Modern and Contemporary Middle East|
|GOVT 3887 Int'l Human Rights in Theory & Practice|
|HIST 1510 Introduction to Western Civilization|
|HIST 1591 A Global Approach to Modern Chinese History|
|HIST 2710 Introduction to the History of Medicine|
|HIST 2820 Science in Western Civilization|
|ILRLR 1100 Introduction to U.S. Labor History|
|INFO 1305 Computation and Culture in a Digital Age|
|NES 2619 History and Politics of the Modern and Contemporary Middle East|
|PHIL 1920 Introduction to Modern Political Theory|
|SOC 3310 Modern European Politics|
|STS 2071 Introduction to the History of Medicine|
|STS 2821 Science in Western Civilization|
|STS 2871 Evolution|
|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.
|ASIAN 3330 Chinese Empire and the Cambodian Experience|
|CAPS 3434 Chinese Empire and the Cambodian Experience|
|GOVT 3434 Chinese Empire & the Cambodian Experience|
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- Washington D.C.
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