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Interterm Courses

Interterm Courses

Winter Courses: Nov. 21- Dec. 24, 2018

Winter Interterm: Nov. 21 - Dec. 24, 2018

Registration for Winter Interterm 2018 is now open. 

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 (November 21, 2018). Program fees for travel courses are non-refundable. See more information on the Registration/Drop/Travel Information page.

International travel courses

Students who would like to register for international travel courses must complete the Interterm Student Registration Form (i.e. you will not register via PioneerWeb). The deadline to apply for international travel courses is October 19, 8:00am (MST) or when the course is full, unless otherwise noted.  Space is limited and students are admitted on a rolling basis. 

ARGENTINA

AUSTRIA

  • Religion and Social Justice in Vienna (RLGS 2106/3701) - WAITLIST ONLY

BELIZE

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

COSTA RICA

ENGLAND & FRANCE

  • Topics: Photography in Paris and London (ARTS 3701) - WAITLIST ONLY

GERMANY

  • Politics of Germany (INTS 3003) - WAITLIST ONLY

GHANA

  • Topics in English: Africa- The Ghana-Cote d'Ivoire Experience (ENGL 2708)

INDIA

KENYA

  • Conservation, Communities, & Culture (INTS 3708)

PERU

RWANDA

SOUTH AFRICA

Domestic travel courses

Students who would like to register for domestic travel courses must complete the Interterm Student Registration Form (i.e. you will not register via PioneerWeb). The deadline to apply for domestic travel courses is October 19, 8:00am (MST) or when the course is full, unless otherwise noted. Space is limited and students are admitted on a rolling basis.

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

SOCIOLOGY

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 3, 2018.

  • ADVANCED SEMINAR 2743 (ASEM 2743): Bad Words: The Ideologies of Profanity
  • CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 2010 (CPSY 2010): Sport Psychology
  • ENGLISH 2708 (ENGL 2708): A.I., Cyborgs & Dystopias in Sci-Fi Film & Literature
  • ENGLISH 2708 (ENGL 2708): Versions of Magical Realism in Literature and Cinema
  • GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES 2700 (GWST 2700): Feminism and Film
  • MEDIA, FILM, AND JOURNALISM STUDIES 3900 (MFJS 3900): Topics: Cannabis Journalism
  • MEDIA, FILM, AND JOURNALISM STUDIES 3900 (MFJS 3900): Topics: Star Wars and the Power of Franchise
  • PHILOSOPHY 2701 (PHIL 2701): Topics: Popular Film and Philosophy 
  • PUBLIC POLICY 4701 (PPOL 4701): Topics: Denver Dynamics (note: this course meets off-campus throughout the week)
  • SOCIOLOGY 2701 (SOCI 2701): Topics: Urban Wilds 
  • THEATRE 3700 (THEA 3700): Topics: Devising Theatre

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 3, 2018.

  • ADVANCED SEMINAR 2460 (ASEM 2460): Latinx Religious Traditions
  • ADVANCED SEMINAR 2606 (ASEM 2606): Japanese Film 
  • ADVANCED SEMINAR 2720 (ASEM 2720): Nazi Germany: History, Literature, Culture
  • COMMUNICATION STUDIES (COMN 2700): Topics: Feminist Horror in the 2000's 
  • COMMUNICATION STUDIES (COMN 2700): Topics: Food Through Culture
  • ECONOMICS (ECON 2701): Topics: Urban Economic History in Film
  • GEOGRAPHY 1410 (GEOG 1410): People, Places, and Landscapes
  • GERMAN 1416 (GERM 1416): German Civilization: History, Politics, and Culture
  • JAPANESE 1216 (JAPN 1216): Popular Culture of Japan