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

Winter on UW campus

Winter Break 2014-15 Hybrid* and 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, Hybrid & Wyoming based field courses and

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

*Hybrid courses include in-class intensive sessions and/or on-line work during Winter Break ... December 22, 2014 - January 23 2015.   On-line courses include online work only and Wyoming based field courses included travel to/from a specific location in the state (i.e. Jackson, WY).

** Travel, both International and Domestic (outside of Wyoming), 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 and Domestic (outside Wyoming) Travel courses after contacting the instructor and being admitted into the course.

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

AAST 1000 Introduction to African American 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

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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

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

FOR MORE INFORMATION: please email Sarah Strauss at

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