Earn credit on location this winter break
Programs: Winter Session
You can earn credit toward your degree, visit amazing places and gain extraordinary field experience this winter break. Winter Session offers exciting off-campus learning experiences that allow you to immerse yourself in a subject alongside a faculty member and peers who share the same passion.
Five classes will be offered this winter in exciting locales such as New York City, Yellowstone National Park, New Orleans, and more. Classes run from the end of December 2018 to mid-January 2019.
Online Information Sessions
Learn more about some of the exciting Winter Session class options by attending 20-minute online information sessions hosted by the faculty members and Program Director Jennifer Burnham.
These info sessions will provide you with information about:
- Winter Session dates,
- the application process,
- the course format and materials,
- the student experience, and
- travel needs/expectations for the residency/lab portion of the course.
Each presentation will end with a Q&A session where you can get your specific questions about the class answered.
Jazz in New Orleans with Dr. John Davis
Wednesday, September 26 at 4 p.m.
Mountain Meteorology Lab Experience at the CU Boulder SEEC Lab with Dr. Katja Friedrich
Thursday, October 4 at 4 p.m.
Ecology and Adaptation: Animals & Humans in the Yellowstone Ecosystem with Dr. Joanna Lambert
Tuesday, October 9 at 4 p.m.
If you are unable to attend the live sessions, please register anyway; you will receive a recording of the webinar by email after the event.
If you have any questions about Winter Session or the online information sessions, contact Jennifer Burnham at Jennifer.L.Burnham@Colorado.edu.