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Cornell University School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

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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Summer Session

Study with renowned faculty, earn credits, gain valuable skills, and complete requirements--on campus, online, or around the world.

ARCH 4101: Design VIIAsia (east)Ithaca
ART 3092: Independent Studio in ArtEurope
BIOSM 1500: Investigative Marine Biology LaboratoryU.S. (east)
BIOSM 1620: Marine Environmental ScienceU.S. (east)
BIOSM 1640: Introduction to the Biology of Sharks, Skates, & RaysU.S. (east)
BIOSM 1650: Introduction to Marine Mammal BiologyU.S. (east)
BIOSM 1780: Evolution and Marine DiversityU.S. (east)
BIOSM 2300: Examining Marine Climate ChangeU.S. (east)
BIOSM 2500: Coastal Habitat Field Res MethodsU.S. (east)
BIOSM 3210: Anatomy and Function of Marine VertebratesU.S. (east)
BIOSM 3330: Marine Parasitology and DiseaseU.S. (east)
BIOSM 3500: Science Communication in Coastal and Marine Environments: Digital Platforms & Public EngagementU.S. (east)
BIOSM 3650: Underwater ResearchU.S. (east)
BIOSM 4450: Forensic Science WildlifeU.S. (east)
BIOSM 4990: Research in BiologyU.S. (east)
EAS 3390 Younger Dryas Tree-Ring Field Research at Bell Creek in Upstate New YorkU.S. (east)
ENGL 2810: Introduction to Creative WritingEurope
ENGL 3820: Intermediate Narrative WritingEurope
ENGL 3830: Intermediate Narrative WritingEurope
ENGL 3850: Intermediate Verse WritingEurope
ENGL 4810: Advanced Verse WritingEurope
ENGL 4811: Advanced Narrative WritingEurope
ENGL 4950: Independent StudyEurope
ENGL 7950: Group StudyEurope
GOVT 3150: The American Legal SystemNew York City
GOVT 3323: Modern European PoliticsEurope
HE 4060: Practicing Global Public HealthNew York CityU.S. (east)
HE 4080: Practicing Medicine Health Care Culture and CareersNew York City
PAM 3620: Population Controversies in EuropeEurope
SOC 3310: Modern European PoliticsEurope
SPAN 1230: Continuing SpanishEurope
SPAN 2090: Spanish Intermediate Composition and Conversation IEurope
SPAN 2095: Spanish Intermediate Composition and Conversation IIEurope
SPAN 2097: Monologue:Being in the WorldEurope
SPAN 2180: Advanced Spanish Writing WorkshopEurope
SPAN 2230: Perspectives on SpainEurope

Winter Session

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 ExperienceAsia (southeast)
CAPS 3434 Chinese Empire and the Cambodian ExperienceAsia (southeast)
GOVT 3434 Chinese Empire & the Cambodian ExperienceAsia (southeast)


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Subject: anthropology, Asian studies, biology, communication, culture, ecology/nature, economics, engineering, geology, government, history, law/policy, mythology, paleontology, politics, psychology, sociology, sustainability

Location: Asia (southeast), Ithaca, online

Season: winter