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Summer University Programs

The Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus partners with different university divisions to offer courses at the Rockville campus. Below is a list of Summer 2017 course offerings.

  • Engineering Innovation Students working on engineering project
    During this four-week summer program for high school students, participants learn engineering basics such as conducting experiments, solving design challenges, interpreting data and applying technology. Lessons focus on chemical, electrical, mechanical and civil engineering, as well materials science and robotics. Students with an A or B grade earn three Johns Hopkins University credits. Tuition is $2,400. Course runs June 26-July 21. Apply. Read a Hopkins Happenings story about the 2016 course.
  • Phone and Games
    During this one-week summer class, rising seventh-, eighth- and ninth- graders can learn programming concepts and how to create an app. Tuition is $500. Information about dates and applying will be availalbe soon.
  • Summer University Programs
    The Johns Hopkins Summer University Programs offers qualified high school and visiting undergraduate students the opportunity to take freshman- and sophomore-level credit classes. Students can take undergraduate classes taught by instructors from one of America's top-ranked universities and earn college credit, all while enjoying the convenience of the Montgomery County Campus in Rockville. The Montgomery County Campus offerings will be available soon. More information about tuition, applying and course schedules will be available at the Summer Programs website.