Studying in small classes at the Cornell University Wolpe Center with Cornell faculty, you can earn 12-16 Cornell credits. The program is available, both fall and spring semesters, to juniors and seniors in any major in any Cornell college.
When you apply, you will choose one of two study options:
The core courses offer you the chance to take advantage of the rich research resources of the Washington area as you learn how to do original research on a topic of your choosing.
With the help of the professor teaching the core courses, and a tutor who will work with you one on one, you will:
Each semester, you can choose one or two of the five to ten elective courses offered by the Program.
Topics might include:
Cornell Urban Scholars in Washington Program
Students participating in the Cornell Urban Scholars in Washington Program take a unique, required class on social justice and urban issues that focuses on Washington, DC.
Course Descriptions - Fall 2013
Course Schedule - Fall 2013
Course Schedule CAPS - Fall 2013
Course Descriptions - Fall 2013CAPS
Course Descriptions - Spring 2013
Course Schedule - Spring 2013