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Bard CEP students pay program fees through their tuition. Members of the public pay registration fees, and can select to take courses for credit or for certificate. For questions, please contact us today.

Contact:
Katie Boyle
Director of Admissions
Bard Center for Environmental Policy
Rose 310
845.758.7388
kboyle@bard.edu

J-Term Continuing Education

J-Term Continuing Education
Students visit INSO's permaculture and organic production center in San Andres Huayapam, Oaxaca, Mexico during J-Term 2012.
Offered as a two-week intensive immersion course, January Term (J-term) is focused around faculty expertise and takes students to Oaxaca, Mexico to study local food and water policy. The two-credit short course is open to the public for credit or certificate.

Oaxaca Immersion Course  |  2016-2017

The J-term course for the 2016-17 academic year takes Bard CEP students to Oaxaca, Mexico to work with local NGOs to understand how food and water policies both affect local communities and how those policies are made in the context of sustainable development. Students are enrolled and billed as part of their first-year course work.

Food and Water Policy for Sustainable Development: Oaxaca (trip to Mexico)

Dates: January 16 - 27, 2017
Costs: Certificate Cost: $550
Credit Cost: $2750
Trip fee (includes lodging, ground transportation, and one meal per day): $1000 + incidentals
Professor: Monique Segarra, Law Faculty, Bard Center for Environmental Policy
Location/Time: Oaxaca, Mexico
Public Registration Deadline: October 1, 2016
Public Registration: Registration Closed