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Winter Courses

Winter Interterm: nOVEMBER 24- dECEMBER 24, 2021

The University will allow travel over the Winter Interterm only to select locations due to COVID-19 related travel restrictions. We are hopeful that this will lead to running more travel courses in the near future. For the locations that have not been cleared, we apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, but we believe this is the best course of action considering the current global health climate.

We are currently working with faculty to reschedule travel courses to locations that have not been cleared yet. We will still be running domestic travel courses and will post them as they are approved. 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 the first day of class (see PioneerWeb for individual course dates). Program fees for travel courses are non-refundable. See more information on the Registration Information pageRegistration via PioneerWeb is OPEN. The scholarship application is now closed.

travel courses 

Course descriptions and information for travel courses can be found in PioneerWeb. Registration for travel courses is through DU Passport, which is NOW OPEN. Please note that you will apply for scholarships in the application for travel courses in DU Passport and you must be accepted onto the course before you receive your scholarship from our office. Courses will be posted as they are approved.

International

  • Leadership in the Movement for Irish Independence (LDRS 2420-COURSE FULL)

Domestic

  • Miami Art Week 2021 (ARTS 3966/ARTH 3910-COURSE FULL)
  • Photography - Santa Fe, New Mexico (ARTS 3701-COURSE FULL)
  • Sustainability in South Florida: The Everglades and Florida Keys (GEOG 3750-COURSE FULL)

ON-campus courses

Course descriptions and information for on-campus courses can be found in PioneerWeb. Registration via PioneerWeb is now open. Courses will be posted as they are approved.

  • Popular Film and Philosophy (PHIL 2701)
  • Sociology of Childhood (SOCI 2220)
  • Studying Star Wars: Lessons from a galaxy far, far away (MFJS 3900-1)

online courses

Course descriptions and information for online courses can be found in PioneerWeb. Registration via PioneerWeb is now open. Courses will be posted as they are approved.

  • Bad Words: The Ideologies of Profanity (ASEM 2743)
  • Cultural Intersections (ASEM 2577)
  • Cultural Responsiveness in Health Care (HLTH 3700)
  • Economics: A Critical Intro (ECON 1020)
  • Environmental & Geographic Perspectives in Modern Films (GEOG 3750-2)
  • Feminism and Film (GWST 2700)
  • Immigration Enforcement, Human Rights, and Social Justice (CNP 3701/4794)
  • Indie Film vs Hollywood: A History of American Independent Cinema (MFJS 3900-2)
  • Poe and the Birth of Horror (ENGL 2708)
  • Social Justice in a Global Context: Theory and Practice (RLGS 2401/PHIL 2401)
  • The Dark Knight Exposed: Exploring the Complicatedness of Superheroes (ASEM 2663)
  • The Geography of Surfing (GEOG 3930)
  • Urban Economic History Through Cinema (ECON 2701)
  • World Literature (ENGL 2130)
  • Writing about Music in the 21st Century (ASEM 2547)
  • Writing for Wellness (WELL 2100)