Summer Programs for High School Students at the University of Texas Austin
This rewarding and challenging program provides a rare opportunity for high school students to get a taste of medical school and learn via hands-on, problem-based learning with dissections and simulations. Learn how the human body works, common illnesses, and the path to becoming a M.D. Anatomy and Pathology: Unique opportunity to learn human anatomy through a medical perspective. Learn to diagnose common illnesses and injuries, dive into major organ systems, and understand various imaging modalities (MRI, CT, and ultrasound). Students must have completed high school biology with an A/B letter grade.
Dr. Jasmeet Kaur earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and and Masters of Science in Nursing Education from UT Austin and Doctorate of Medicine from UTMB Galveston. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at Dell Seton Medical Center in Austin. She is currently working as a primary care physician with various Austin companies.
- Jun 24 - Jul 14: Residential - $7,499
- Jun 25 - Jul 13: Commuter - $3,999
- University of Texas AustinSports Medicine: Diagnosis & PreventionLearn how to prevent and clinically evaluate common athletic injuries and make treatment recommendations.Dates + Details
- University of Texas AustinSports Medicine: RehabLearn which treatments, exercises, and rehabilitation techniques to use for sports related injuries.Dates + Details