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"The CIW professors and staff genuinely enjoy getting to know the students, while providing their knowledge, experiences, and connections to the Washington DC world."

Erin Noonan, CIW student spring 2013

 

The courses you take in Washington are at the heart of the Cornell in Washington program.  They bring together your DC semester and give you a chance to integrate the entire range of your time in the nation's capital in an intellectual and enduring way.  Each class aims to draw on qualities and strengths unique to DC while at the same time sustaining the value and challenge of the main campus courses:  an exploration of Washington and a uniquely Cornell experience.

 

Any College, Any Major

 

Look at all the majors represented at Cornell in Washington! Traditionally Washington has been a great destination for those interested in politics, policy, and government – but Washington offers numerous opportunities for those studying the arts, social studies, and the sciences.

Majors that have participated in CIW

Applied Economics Management (AEM)
Animal Science
Anthropology
Asian Studies
Biology/Biology & Society
Communications
Economics
Engineering
Government
 

History
Hotel Administration
Interdisciplinary Studies
Natural Resources/Environmental Science
Policy Analysis and Management (PAM)
Philosophy
Psychology
Sociology/Developmental Sociology
StatisticalScience