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Winter Courses

Winter Interterm: Nov. 22 - Dec. 24, 2019

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 page

International travel courses

To apply for a Winter Interterm 2019 travel course, please fill out the course application by October 15, 2019 (i.e., you will not register via PioneerWeb). Space is limited and students are admitted on a rolling basis. 

ARGENTINA

  • Counseling Psychology (CNP 3701/4794): Exploring Community Health in Argentina

AUSTRIA

  • Religious Studies (RLGS 2106/3701): Religion and Social Justice in Vienna

BELIZE

  • Leadership Studies (LDRS 2400): Leadership and Sustainability in Belize - COURSE FULL

ENGLAND/FRANCE

  • Art & Art History (ARTS 3701): Photography in London and Paris 

GUATEMALA

  • Geography & the Environment (GEOG 3930): Coffee and Climate in Guatemala 

INDIA

  • Religious Studies/International Studies (RLGS 3898/INTS 3701): Sacred Spaces in South Asia: Myth, Land, and Tradition - COURSE FULL

IRELAND

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

PERU

  • Biology/Geography (BIOL/GEOG 2320): Andean Landscapes: Colca Canyon and the Inca Trail - COURSE FULL

SERBIA, BOSNIA, & CROATIA

  • International Studies (INTS 3002/4708): Post-Conflict Politics in the Balkans- COURSE FULL

Domestic travel courses

Students who would like to register for domestic travel courses must fill out the course application by October 15, 2019 (i.e. you will not register via PioneerWeb). Space is limited and students are admitted on a rolling basis.

Courses will be posted as they are approved. 

ALABAMA

  • Sociology (SOCI 2795): Capital Punishment 

COLORADO

  • Leadership Studies (LDRS 2100): Finding Your Way: Discovering Meaning and Purpose
  • Public Policy (PPOL 4701): Denver Dynamics 

On-campus courses

Course descriptions and information for on-campus and online courses can be found in PioneerWeb. Registration via PioneerWeb for on-campus courses will open on Wednesday, October 2, 2019.

Courses will be posted as they are approved. 

  • Advanced Seminar (ASEM 2743): Bad Words: The Ideology of Profanity
  • Counseling Psychology (CNP 2010): Sport Psychology 
  • English & the Literary Arts (ENGL 2708): Versions of Magical Realism in Literature and Cinema 
  • English & the Literary Arts (ENGL 2708): Poe and the Birth of Horror
  • Gender & Women's Studies (GWST 2700): Feminism and Film
  • Japanese (JAPN 1001): Elementary Japanese I 
  • Media, Film, & Journalism Studies (MFJS 3900): Star Wars and the Power of Franchise How Myth, Narrative and Branding Created a Legend 
  • Philosophy (PHIL 2701): Popular Film and Philosophy
  • Sociology & Criminology (SOCI 2701): Urban Wilds 

Online courses

Course descriptions and information for on-campus and online courses can be found in PioneerWeb. Registration via PioneerWeb for online courses will open on Wednesday, October 2, 2019.

Courses will be posted as they are approved. 

  • Advanced Seminar (ASEM 2547): Writing about Music in the 21st Century 
  • Advanced Seminar (ASEM 2663): The Dark Knight Exposed: Exploring the Complicatedness of Superheroes 
  • Counseling Psychology (CNP 1650): Unlearning to Learn
  • Economics (ECON 1020): Micro- & Macro-Economics I 
  • Economics (ECON 2701): Urban Economic History Through Film 
  • Geography (GEOG 1410): People, Places, and Landscapes
  • Writing (WRIT 1122): Rhetoric and Academic Writing
  • Writing (WRIT 1133): Writing and Research