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Summer Course Schedule (includes all summer courses at Penn)

Summer Courses By Discipline:

Bioengineering
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Computer and Information Science
Electrical and Systems Engineering
Engineering and Applied Science
Engineering Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics

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If you need more information, please contact:

Paige Harker
Assistant Director, Special Programs
111 Towne Building
220 South 33rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone: 215-573-2575

Engineering Summer School

Penn Engineering offers a special selection of summer classes for engineering majors, high school students and interested non-engineering students.

Current Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Get a jump on your classes for the fall, or take time out to study something new. Offerings range from Introduction to Computer Programming (CIS 110) to advanced courses such as High-tech Venture Development (EAS 548) and Introduction to Networks and Protocols (ESE 404/TCOM 500). Penn students should request courses during summer session registration. Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at other institutions should click here.

High School Students

High school students who demonstrate advanced knowledge and strong academic preparation may apply to attend regular summer sessions. Students graduating from high school in June are eligible to enroll in Summer Session II in the summer following their graduation, especially those who are matriculating into Penn in the following fall semester. It's a great way to get a head start in your university education! For more information, click here.

Interested students are encouraged to create a summer schedule that combines engineering courses with courses offered by other schools at Penn. Here is your chance to take advantage of Penn Engineering’s world-class professors and laboratories while you enjoy a summer in Philadelphia.