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Spring Courses

March 20-30, 2021

Unfortunately, University Academic Programs has decided to cancel all spring travel courses due to COVID-19 related travel restrictions. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause for your winter interterm plans, but we believe this is the best course of action considering the current global health climate. For more information on the policies related to the COVID-19 outbreak, please reference the University's FAQs page.

Contact Academic Programs directly to drop an Interterm course. Tuition refunds are available only if courses are dropped before midnight on March 22, 2021. See more information on the Registration Information page. Registration via PioneerWeb and the scholarship application are now open.  

Courses will be posted as soon as they have been confirmed, so please check back periodically. For online courses, please check PioneerWeb for course information. 

Online Courses

Course descriptions and information for online courses can be found in PioneerWeb. Registration via PioneerWeb IS NOW OPEN.  Please check back for available courses. Courses will be posted as they are approved.

  • #CannabisJournalism: Reporting on America's New Normal (MFJS 2420)
  • Career Decision Making (CNP 1200)
  • Costume Construction Bootcamp (THEA 1325)
  • Health Disparities (CNP 3701)
  • Nietzsche and the Death of God (PHIL/RLGS 3460)
  • Parking functions: A mathematical model to analyze the on-street parking scenario (MATH 3705)
  • Poe and the Birth of Horror (ENGL 2708)
  • Popular Film and Philosophy (PHIL 2701)
  • Science Fiction Film and Literature (ENGL 2708)
  • Sociology of Childhood (SOCI 2220)
  • The Geography of Surfing (GEOG 3930)
  • Topics in Health: Cultural responsiveness in health care (HLTH 3700)
  • Topics in Human Environmental Interactions: Environmental & Geographic Perspectives in Modern Films (GEOG 3750)
  • Urban Economic History Through Cinema (ECON 2701)
  • Video Editing is for Everybody (MFJS 3229/4229)
  • Writing for Wellness (WELL 2100)