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Winter Break 2014-15 Travel, On-line and Field Courses|Summer Session & Winter Courses

Winter Break 2014-15 Online*, Wyoming Based Travel *, & International Travel** courses provide interested and eligible students the opportunity to earn additional credits over the time-period between the end of the fall semester and the begining of the spring semester. 

Winter Break courses are divided into two types of courses;

(1) On-line courses and Wyoming Based travel courses

(2) Travel (international and domestic travel outside of Wyoming) courses.

*Online courses include on-line work during Winter Break ... December 20, 2014 - January 25 2015.  *Wyoming Based Field Courses include traveling to a specific location in Wyoming (i.e. Jackson Hole, WY) to participate in classroom and field based activities.

** Travel courses may include preparation work, additional travel / lodging expenses and deadlines for meeting these expenses, and other logistics and deadlines associated with traveling during the winter break period.  Students are encouraged to make contact with WB 2014-15 travel course instructors ASAP as a number of travel details will need to be confirmed prior to departure.  Students may register for International Travel courses after contacting the instructor and being admitted into the course.

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*African American & Diaspora Studies (AAST) 1000 Introduction to African American Studies

AAST 1000 Introduction to African American Studies 3 credit hours


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*Latino Studies (CHST) 2060 Introduction to Chicano Studies

CHST 2060 - Special Topics: Introduction to Latina/o Studies 3 credit hours


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*Honors Program (HP) 3152 Modes of Understanding: Mass Media and Collective Consciousness

HP 3152 Modes of Understanding: Mass Media and Collective Consciousness 3 credit hours


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*Honors Program (HP) 3153 Modes of Understanding: Art & Culture of Hip Hop

HP 3153 Modes of Understanding: Art & Culture of Hip Hop 3 credit hours


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*Environmental & Natural Resources (ENR) 4890 Special Topics courses in Jackson Hole, WY

January 5-7, 2015 Skills of the Winter Naturalist: ENR 4890-81 - 1 credit / January 8-10, 2015 Snowpack Dynamics and Snow Science: ENR 4890-80 - 1 credit / January 11-15, 2015 Wildlife and Plant Adaptations: ENR 4890-82 - 1 credit each


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**Communication & Journalism (COJO) 3190 Cross-Cultural Communication (Bridging Differences—a partnership with Bejing Institute of Graphic Communication

FOR MORE INFORMATION: please email Li Li at LLi11@uwyo.edu


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**Anthropology (ANTH) 4020 / 5005 India: Climate Change and Sustainable Systems

FOR MORE INFORMATION: please email Sarah Strauss at strauss@uwyo.edu


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