Penn School of Arts and Sciences High School Programs: Young Scholars Program – Dec 1
Posted by University of Pennsylvania on September 20, 2022
The Young Scholars High School Program allows outstanding juniors and seniors attending a local high school to take college courses in the fall and spring semesters. In the Young Scholars Program, you can pursue your discipline beyond the level offered in secondary schools, get a head start on your college requirements, or explore a brand-new field that interests you. It’s an exciting chance to explore new ideas and experience life in a college classroom.
Young Scholars Program students can choose from a variety of courses at the undergraduate level offered by the College of Liberal and Professional Studies. Topics offered include anthropology, economics, English, math, philosophy, linguistics, psychology, and many more. Students must apply according to our admissions and eligibility guidelines. Enrollment is subject to the approval of the program director, and registration in a desired course is not guaranteed.
Explore exciting topics in college-level courses
Penn undergraduate courses are taught by Penn faculty, staff, and visiting scholars. Most classes meet two to five times weekly, Monday through Friday, and assign homework, research papers, midterms, and/or finals. Textbooks and additional course materials may be required for a class. All students (regardless of the semester or school district) are responsible for any other fees associated with attending courses, which may include textbooks, laboratory fees, course materials, etc.
Application deadline for Spring 2023 courses: December 1, 2022
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