This January, students can study accounting, animal science, arts, biology, business, debate, design, economics, government, hip-hop, hospitality, and marketing during Winter Session Online.
Beginning October 16, students can enroll in a wide range of online courses taught by Cornell faculty. Enrollment is open to anyone interested in taking a class—from undergrads and high school students to alumni and motivated adult learners.
All Winter Session courses, which run January 2–19, 2024, offer the same number of credits as their fall/spring counterparts but are condensed into a rigorous three-week session. Students who’ve taken online Winter Session courses say they appreciate the ability to explore a new field, get ahead in their studies, or meet a requirement.
Popular online classes offered during Winter Session include:
- American Sign Language I (ASL 1101)
- Financial Accounting (AEM 2210)
- Green World, Blue Planet (PBLIO 2400)
- Introduction to Personality (PSYCH 2750)
- Planet Rap: Where Hip Hop Came From and Where It's Going (AMST 2371)
- Women, War, and Peace in Europe, 1900–1950 (HIST 3662)
For the complete list of courses, see the Winter Session online roster. More courses will be added throughout the fall.
To learn more about Winter Session, visit the SCE website.
Shelley Preston is the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions’ communications and marketing specialist.