Current Course Offerings
Here you'll find information about courses for the upcoming or current interterm. For further information on Interterm and Short-Term travel, you can head to the Registration Information page to learn more.
Summer Quarter: 06/12/23 - 08/18/23
The University will allow travel over the interterm periods and summer. Please make sure to reference the University's COVID-19 page to be the most up-to-date on policies and procedures for travel during this time.
Contact University Academic Programs directly to drop an Interterm course. Tuition refunds are available only if courses are dropped before midnight on the first day of class (see myDU for individual course dates). Program fees for travel courses are non-refundable. See more information on the Registration Information page. Registration via myDU is only available for online and on-campus courses. All registration for travel courses will be done by University Academic Programs.
Please note that you are not guaranteed a spot in a travel course by applying in DU Passport. Additionally, you will only receive a scholarship offer for a travel course if you are accepted into the program. For summer courses, all aid applications will go through DU Financial Aid. The application for summer aid has not yet been released. Only in winter and spring, the scholarship application is part of the overall travel course application. Summer travel courses are billed separately and are not part of flat-rate billing.
Space for travel courses is extremely limited so students are encouraged to register as soon as possible; registration for travel courses occurs on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- Culture and Politics in Japan - COURSE FULL
- Kiwis and Kauris: Sustainability in New Zealand (GEOG 3820) - COURSE FULL
- Photography in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki, and Tallinn (ARTS 3701)
- Health Equity - Argentina - COURSE FULL
- The Geography of Surfing: Nicaragua (GEOG 3930)
Kennedy Mountain Campus (Registration through myDU)
- Earth, Body, Ceremony: Retreat for Therapists-in-Training (CNP 4794-3) GRADUATE ONLY
- Ways of Seeing & Sensing: An Interdisciplinary Course in Science Communication (BIOL 2055, PHYS 2050, or MFJS 3900-2)
Course descriptions and information for online courses can be found on myDU or by browsing classes on the Registrar's site. Registration will occur via myDU. Please check back for available courses. Courses will be posted as they are approved. UAP summer courses are billed separately and are not part of flat-rate billing.
*All information on scholarships for these courses can be found HERE.*
- Writing for Wellness (WELL 2100)
Course descriptions and information for on-campus courses can be found on myDU or by browsing classes on the Registrar's site. Registration will occur via myDU. All information on scholarships for these courses can be found HERE.
On-campus courses are offered through the departments over the summer. Please check the Registrar's site for these types of courses.