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How about spending some time this summer exploring exhilarating topics with professors, tutors and students from across the country? Be ready for a challenge: you’ll cover a full year of coursework in eight weeks. Take a look at:
Ready to apply? Complete the online Summer Science Institute Application.or download and complete the printed application (PDF).
Summer Institute classes meet five times a week in small groups and dive into subjects like:
The Summer Institute in Science and Mathematics can help you:
The Summer Institute attracts students from local and out-of-state colleges and universities, including:
You will be a non-degree student at Capital University while taking courses in the Summer Institute in Science and Mathematics. Transcripts may be requested from the Registrar's Office upon completion of the course.Be sure to check with your home institution regarding minimum course grades and other transfer requirements.As a new student to Capital University, there is a $25 non-refundable application fee that must be sent with the application/registration form.
Important dates, contacts and Summer Institute policies can be found in the Summer Institute Student Handbook (PDF).
1 semester hour of credit: $4353 semester hours of credit: $13054 semester hours of credit: $17404 semester hours is equivalent to 6 quarter hours.All courses are dependent on enrollment and are subject to change. If you have questions, contact the program coordinator, Miriam Miller at 614- 236-6520 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure you’ve taken any prerequisite courses.Please see the Online Course Bulletin for course descriptions and prerequisites for each course.Course information can also be found on WebAdvisor.
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