Global Human Ecology
Human Ecology students extend their experience off-campus with study abroad, exchange and urban semester programs. Programs are specially designed to include global public health, pre-med internships, pre-professional internships, design immersion, public engagement, or international business and policy and fulfill requirements in the academic majors. Students can study at top universities around the world or choose experiential learning, internships, and externships in the US and at worldwide locations.
Students should meet with their academic advisors or student development counselors to discuss their options. Also visit the Career Exploration Center or speak to the study abroad advisor in the Office of Student and Career Development.
Global Human Ecology programs include:
Live and study in New York City. Develop professional directions, identity and skills through internships and community service, integrated with course work focused on ethnographic methods, organizational culture, disparities, leadership and service. Expand your comfort zone and acquire new ways of learning, interacting with and being in this globalized world. Gain exposure to New York City's emergent and growing cultural and socio-economic centers. Learn from experiences in various settings.
Exchange programs offer a unique opportunity for Human Ecology Students to take classes in some of the best Universities abroad that have been hand picked by HE Faculty to offer the best curriculum matches with HE Departments. We have faculty and student connections at these institutions that provide another layer of support for participating students. Students take classes in their majors alongside degree-seeking students from the host Universities. In exchange students from the partner Universities will study at Human Ecology. Nearly all partner institutions in non-English speaking countries offer a wide range of classes taught in English. Students are billed their regular HE tuition with no added fees.
Combine a full spring semester of Cornell credit with a paid legislative internship in Albany, New York. This is a wonderful opportunity for students interested in law, public policy, or other graduate programs, and for those interested in employment directly after Cornell University.
Cornell in Washington
Take courses from Cornell faculty, conduct individual research projects, and work as an 'extern' while taking advantage of the rich resources of the nation's capital.
Explore the applied side of study abroad through programs that allow students to participate in approved internships and independent research programs, as well as direct enrollment in foreign institutions.