Interim Off-Campus Programs
Interim sessions during which off-campus programs are offered are as follows:
January: Programs are offered during the winter term running for three-four weeks in January (or between December and January).
May/Summer: Programs are offered during the May session or later in the summer (consult the individual program brochures for exact dates).
Registration for both sessions is scheduled within the first 2 weeks of school in September and is done via Banner self-serve (like registration for any other course) starting at 7:30am on the scheduled date.
Information about interim programs for the following academic year is typically posted on this website around mid-June (only the list of programs, no program cost yet, is available at that time). Individual program brochures will be updated throughout the summer as new information becomes available. Program costs, complete itineraries, and final course syllabi will be posted by mid-August, and this information will also be emailed to all students in mid-August.
Each interim course is coded in the course catalog as fulfilling some requirements (e.g., Common Course of Study requirements such as GM1, GM2, LANG, SS, H, NS, etc.; or interdisciplinary program requirements such as Asian Studies, Classical Civilizations, etc.). That information can be found on the Banner catalog, or on the program brochures displayed on this site.
Following is the list of Off-Campus Interim courses that are planned for January and May/Summer Interim 2016.Important deadlines for ALL interim off-campus programs:
- Online registration: Sept. 15, 2015 at 7:30am
- Registration confirmation: Sept. 18, 2015 (by 4:00pm)
- Withdrawal with no penalty: October 2, 2015 for January programs; November 15, 2015 for May/summer programs
- INDS 128: China: An Ancient Civilization and New Global Power
- INDS 140: A History of Japanese Culture and Government
- INDS 145: India: Faces of Globalization, Impact and Challenges
- INDS 172: Voices of South Africa
- INDS 208: Exploring Peru's Indigenous Populations in the Modern Day
- INDS 280: The Three Faces of Russia and Latvia: Imperial, Soviet and Modern
- ENG 280: London and Dublin Theater
- EGRS 191: Engineering in a Global and Societal Context: A Taste of Italian Engineering
- GEOL 150: The Geological Evolution of the Hawaiian Islands
- INDS 224: Stories and Myths of Ancient Greece
- GEOL 160: The Geology of the National Parks in the Western Unites States
- GERM 101-102/111-112/201-202: German Language and Culture Summer Immersion Program in Bonn, Germany
For important step-by-step registration information, click on this PDF file. We advise that you carry this sheet with you the day of Banner registration.
Important Things to Know About Off-campus Interim Programs