University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Get InfoApply NowSpecial classes in 2021 in Business, Sports Management, and Cybersecurity2, 3, or 5 Week ProgramsTuition ranging from $5,599 - $9,899For students completing grades 9, 10, 11, 12 (ages 14-18)
5 WeeksSpend 5 weeks on campus in one 3-week and one 2-week session.
3 WeeksSpend 3 weeks on campus.
2 WeeksSpend 2 weeks on campus.
Info about 5 week options

CUSTOMIZE YOUR SUMMER

Michigan 5-week students choose one 3-week and one 2-week session. 

Michigan/UCLA Combo program: Spend 3 weeks at UCLA followed by 2 weeks at Michigan. 

Option 1: Choose 2 CoursesPick 1 morning and 1 afternoon enrichment course
Option 2: AcademiesIntensive, all-day academies focused on one academic area.
  • Choose 2 Courses
    • Business & Entrepreneurship 5
      • Fundamentals of Social Media

        Social media pros must transition from being wordsmiths to being the full package: being able to write copy and create visually stimulating images. Everyone has heard the quote, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” People form opinions based on others’ social media, including the copy and graphics.

        Learn how to not get on Buzzfeed’s latest “What Not to Do on Social Media” list by understanding:

        • What images can I pair?
        • Should I create a fun meme or do I need to overlay text on a photo?
        • What best suits the needs of the post, but also the brand?
        • When the message should be the forefront, not the aesthetic

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for aspiring photographers or social media influencers who want to learn the techniques to create great social media campaigns.HighlightsGet skilled in Photoshop and learn to create content with viral appeal.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtCambridge U, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, UC Santa Barbara, UCLA Middle School EnrichmentApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Building and Marketing Your Brand

        Sharing online allows you to craft an online persona that reflects your personal values and professional skills. Even if you only use social media occasionally, the content you create, share, or react to feeds into this public narrative. How you conduct yourself online is just as important as your offline behavior. Building your personal brand on social media takes some work, but it could land you your next job opportunity or help you to foster valuable connections.

        Possible Course Topics:

        • What is a brand, and what’s the difference between a company’s brand and a personal brand?
        •  What do you want your brand to achieve?
        • What is a strong brand identity?
        •  What is relevant content for you and your brand?
        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for entrepreneurial students who want to learn more about bringing technology, art, and business together.HighlightsStudents will be able to hone their creativity and think 'outside the box' to solve challenging briefs.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtCambridge U, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, UC Santa Barbara, UCLA Middle School EnrichmentApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • AdCult: Advertising and American Culture

        Learn the keys to effective advertising as you prepare an advertising campaign for a business or non-profit organization in the Ann Arbor community.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to pursue a career in either marketing or advertising.HighlightsStudents get hands-on experience by working on an advertising campaign for a business or non-profit organization in the Ann Arbor community.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Cambridge U, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School EnrichmentApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Game Changers: Business Disruptors

        This course will explore the ways in which innovative companies have revolutionized the way we do business. Explore how the business models of modern disruptors such as Amazon, WeWork, Netflix, Uber, Airbnb, and Tesla have literally changed the world and altered the way we think, behave, and act about a certain idea, item, product, or service.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is for all budding entrepreneurs who want to create their own business.HighlightsStudents will be provided with a framework to understand the nature of disruption that is happening to industry and apply these same techniques as part of a final project where they will work in groups to create their own (perhaps disruptive) business.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Cambridge U, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School EnrichmentApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship

        Students learn the principles of investing and saving, including stocks and bonds. Discuss credit and investment, the difference between the NYSE and the NASDAQ, and how to deal with interest rates in an easy to understand way. Students make their own individual mock stock portfolios, and will monitor them throughout the class. Then, take your new found investing knowledge and research how to start a business of your own.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for budding entrpreneurs who want to learn the strategies and skills needed to start their own business, with emphasis on personal finance.HighlightsThis program is designed to help students take charge of their own financial life and applying these investing skills in starting their own business.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Cambridge U, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School EnrichmentApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Law & Government 2
      • American Government and Current Events

        Through a study of our governmental institutions in action, students gain an understanding of our national identity, constitutional heritage, civic values, individual rights and responsibilities. We'll also discuss what’s happening now, including today’s headlines, civil liberties and their effect on you.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who are interested in American social studies.HighlightsClass sessions incorporate primary sources, guest speakers, role-playing, debates, and panel discussions to encourage student participation and promote active citizenship in a democracy.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Cambridge U, U Texas Austin, Georgetown U, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School EnrichmentApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Truth, Justice and the American Way

        Explore the criminal justice system in the U.S. from the perspective of the courts, law enforcement officials, victims, and criminals.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who are interested in law, government and criminal justice.HighlightsClass discusses contemporary moral and legal problems directly affecting today’s high school and college students, including family issues, abortion, AIDS, and a teenagers place within the American legal system and society at large.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Cambridge U, U Texas Austin, Georgetown U, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School EnrichmentApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Life Skills 5
      • EAT Ann Arbor

        Explore the diversity and local flavors of Ann Arbor on a unique food tour. Throughout the duration of the course, many food establishments are visited. Visits include local restaurants, the Kerrytown Market, the Ann Arbor Farmers Market, Zingerman’s®, and food trucks. Food lovers will discover the city through its unique culinary culture. Some of the cuisines tasted include Italian, French, Japanese, Korean, Indian, Cuban, BBQ, Tapas, and more! Get a glimpse into the city’s history, culture, and ethnic groups while sampling traditional and exotic ingredients. Discover how 'Food' posted on social media has become an industry. Share your foodie passion through outlets of social media, blogs, and photography.

        $195 Supplemental Fee

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is for food lovers or budding foodpreneurs who want to create their own business opportunities in the food industry.HighlightsVisits include local restaurants, the Kerrytown Market, the Ann Arbor Farmers Market, Zingerman’s®, and food trucks. Food lovers will discover the city through its unique culinary culture.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Apply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Essay Writing Workshop

        Write your way to self-discovery as you practice writing the personal essay. This workshop will prepare you for the writing of college application essays, but more importantly, it will arm you with the tools, techniques and attitudes essential to successful writing in high school and college.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to improve their English writing abilities.HighlightsThis worshop will prepare you for writing your college essay.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Georgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Public Speaking and Presentation Skills

        Do you avoid speaking in public? Want to prepare yourself for college interviews? Would you like to increase your chances at winning an argument with your parents? Learn the fundamentals of public speaking including verbal and non-verbal techniques, delivery styles, audience analysis, speech topic selection and proven methods for overcoming speech and interview anxieties.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to hone their public speaking skills and learn how to present their arguments in a coherent, considered and structured way.HighlightsStudents will practice public speaking while learning techniques to improve.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Cambridge U, PennApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • SAT Preparation by The Princeton Review

        For over 35 years, The Princeton Review design the courses to be efficient, targeted and strategic so you can improve your performance on the SAT. In-class prep with an expert instructor plus 140+ additional lessons. Online lessons to help reinforce your in-class prep. Up to 3 proctored practice tests with detailed online explanations. Interactive score reports show your areas for improvement so you’ll be able to efficiently work towards your goals. The Princeton Review’s exclusive technology caters to your needs by analyzing your performance on drills and practice tests and prescribing the next steps to score improvement. Important Notes: - $595 Supplemental fee includes all online tools, books and classroom materials. - This course is nonrefundable after May 1st. - A minimum of 10 total students must be enrolled, otherwise this course will be canceled. - Students must bring their own TI Calculator. Practice tests will be given to the students during the week in the evenings. All students must attend

        $595 Supplemental Lab/Materials Fee

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to utilize the summer to prepare for their SAT exams.HighlightsFREE access to our online SAT tools, Access to our best-fit college search program and the extensive admissions/financial resources of PrincetonReview.com AND, as part of our Collegewise Advantage, all students enrolled in The Princeton Review course will receive a bonus 30 minutes of consultation time with a Collegewise private admissions counselor, for a total of 60 minutes.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Georgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • SAT Ultimate Small Group Tutoring (4 Students Maximum) by The Princeton Review

        This is a hybrid of private tutoring and a classroom course, a tailored offering with a maximum of 4 students per class. Up to 25 hours of live expert instruction plus 140+ additional lessons. Up to 3 proctored practice tests with detailed online explanations. Interactive score reports show your areas for improvement so you’ll be able to efficiently work towards your goals. The Princeton Review’s exclusive technology caters to your needs by analyzing your performance on drills and practice tests and prescribing the next steps to score improvement. $1699 Supplemental fee includes all online tools, books and classroom materials. Important Notes: This course is nonrefundable after May 1st. A minimum of 3 total students must be enrolled, otherwise this course will be canceled. Students must bring their own TI Calculator. Practice tests will be given to the students during the week in the evenings. All students must attend.

        $1699 Supplemental Lab/Materials Fee

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to utilize the summer to prepare for their SAT exams.HighlightsFREE access to our online SAT tools, Access to our best-fit college search program and the extensive admissions/financial resources of PrincetonReview.com.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Georgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Medicine 1
      • An Introduction to Careers in Medicine and Health Science

        Exploring the exciting world of medicine and health science is made easy with the world renowned University of Michigan Medical Center and state-of-the-art Cardiovascular Center across the street from our residence hall. Discussions of current medical topics of interest include medical ethics, health disparities, biomedical research, health care costs, health care reform and maintaining your personal wellness. Medical and health science preparation and practice are explored in this unique and useful pre-college experience. Limited Enrollment.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to discover if healthcare roles are the right path for them.HighlightsThis course takes in limited number of students. It is a combination of lectures, informational guest speakers from a variety of medical specialties (nurses, physicians, clinicians, dentists, pharmacists, administrators, and researchers), as well as field trips through some of the nine health centers that comprise the University of Michigan Medical Center campus.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, Georgetown U, PennApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Social Sciences 4
      • Criminal Psychology

        This course explores of the views, thoughts, intentions, actions criminals and those that partakes in the criminal behavior.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students interesting pursuing a career in psychology, criminal justice or criminal law.HighlightsStudents analyze the behavior of criminal offendersDatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Apply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Everyday Philosophy: Thinking about Life

        Learn more about life, prepare for your future, and how to live every day to its fullest. Have you ever wondered what your own philosophy of life would be? Are you stumped about how to win more arguments against your parents? Do you wonder what it means to be happy? Philosophy is a subject that helps people find understanding in everyday ideas. Historically, great thinkers have used philosophy to find a greater appreciation for life.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students interested in writing clearly, and to read closely, with a critical eye on the political concepts around the world.HighlightsHistorically, great thinkers have used philosophy to find a greater appreciation for life. Students will explore philisophical topics and will be encouraged to expand their thinking.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Johns HopkinsApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Interpersonal Communication

        Students explore the basic elements of interpersonal communication in today’s society. Special attention is given to perception, culture, emotion, listening, gender differences, self-disclosure, and conflict management. Students will be given the “tools” to improve their communication skills and personal relationships through techniques, exercises, and discussion. Learn what factors affect communication between two people, and why communication skills are the number one element that employers look for in job applicants.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to get a deeper self-awareness and improve their communication skills and personal relationships.HighlightsThe study of Interpersonal Communication is known to help individuals get to know themselves better and enhance our day-to-day interactions by assessing our own strengths and weaknesses.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtCambridge U, Georgetown U, Johns HopkinsApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Social Psychology

        This course pursues the scientific study of how people's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by the actual, imagined or implied presence of others.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for budding psychologists and students curious about how people are affected by those around them.HighlightsStudents will be able to identify and discuss how people think, reason and communicate. Students will be able to analyze and interpret psychological research.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtGeorgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Sports Management & E-Sports 2
      • Sport Management: Issues and Strategies in Sport Management

        Successful leaders in sport business must understand how and why sport is such an important piece of the fabric of society in order to generate revenue effectively and efficiently. This course is a brief survey of issues and strategies that are relevant to the industry of sport in the United States, including, but not limited to, marketing and influences on consumer behavior, the uniquely American phenomenon of big-business intercollegiate athletics, product safety, and the relationship between sport and racial and political ideology.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for student interested in sports management and sports marketing.HighlightsThe course is led by Dr. Jay Basten, a dynamic senior lecturer of University of Michigan’s School of Kinesiology.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUCLA Middle School Enrichment, U Texas Austin, WhartonApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Sports in Society

        Explore the impact that professional and collegiate athletics have on American society as you read and discuss key issues with university coaches and athletes. Topics include: race and sports, women in sports, violence in sports, drug use and abuse, recruitment ethics and higher education and the college athlete.

        Who Should Take This Course?This is course is suitable for students interested in sports management,HighlightsThis is a discussion based course involving hot topics in the sports world today, such as the Fair-Pay-forFair-Play Bill in CA.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUCLA Middle School Enrichment, U Texas Austin, WhartonApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • STEM 2
      • Crime Scene Investigation: Forensics

        Successful CSI utilizes a step-by-step process in the discovery, preservation, and collection of physical evidence. In this course, you will examine the techniques professionals use to collect and preserve evidence from crime scenes. Learn about crime scene management; diagramming and sketching; photography; fingerprint, trace, physiological and firearms evidence; arson and explosives; and safety issues.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is for students who have a strong interest in solving crime mysteries or want to pursue a career in forensics.HighlightsEvery investigation and crime scene is different so you will never have a dull day. You could be visiting a crime scene and taking photographs one day, while the next you could be in the lab exploring links between suspects and the criminal activity.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtU Texas Austin, Georgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Cybersecurity

        This class will explore the challenges that the world faces in protecting data and systems in the modern information age. This class will examine threat actors and their motivations, the types of controls to confront and manage different threat actors, the legal environment around cyber security, the power and nature of social engineered cyber-attacks, cryptographic principles, basics of computer networks, and the differences and interactions among international agencies in their approach to cybersecurity.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to develop a good understanding on the world of cyber security and be equipped with responses to possible cyber attacks.HighlightsStudents will be able identify and assess different levels of cyber threats. Students will be able to develop a variety of responses to possible cyber-attacks.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtU Texas Austin, Georgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
  • Academies
    • Business & Entrepreneurship 3
      • Business Innovation Academy

        This course provides opportunities for students to develop their skills as innovators, managers, and communicators for a variety of audiences. Students learn effective communication strategies to solve the challenges typical of a business organization in the arenas of public relations, marketing, strategic planning, internal reporting, customer service, and product promotion.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to develop leadership skills necessary to be effective in the business world.HighlightsStudents learn effective communication strategies to solve the challenges typical of a business organizations.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Cambridge U, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School EnrichmentApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Michigan Business & Entrepreneurship Academy

        The program lays the foundation for meaningful participation in looking at, and interacting with, examples from the business world. Sessions will be spent in a combination of lectures and discussions, relevant case studies, guest speakers, entrepreneurial coaching and field trips to some of the thriving entrepreneurial companies in the Ann Arbor area. From these sessions, students will build on their own business ideas to determine who would purchase their product service, how they would promote and sell their business, and how to effectively structure pricing to guarantee a profitable business. The program, powered by the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, concludes with a competition where students present their original business plans to a panel of judges from the local business community and the winners are awarded prizes for their business plan.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for budding entrpreneurs who want to learn the strategies and skills needed to start their own business.HighlightsStudents will also have a chance to network with business professionals and other entrepreneurial-minded students from across the country. The Academy culminates with the students’ presentation of their own unique business plans to a panel of esteemed judges from the business and entrepreneurial communities and the winners are awarded prizes for their business plan.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Cambridge U, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School EnrichmentApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Combining the Graphic Designer and Social Media Expert

        In this academy you will learn the essence of branding and how to create your own image. We will touch upon the art of captioning, branding, and promoting via social media; getting the right image; and most importantly – putting it all together!

        You'll take the following courses to sharpen your graphic design and social media skills!

        Building and Marketing your Brand
        Sharing online allows you to craft an online persona that reflects your personal values and professional skills. Even if you only use social media occasionally, the content you create, share, or react to feeds into this public narrative. How you conduct yourself online is just as important as your offline behavior.Building your personal brand on social media takes some work, but it could land you your next job opportunity or help you to foster valuable connections.

        Possible course topics include: 

        • What is a brand, and what’s the difference between a company’s brand and a personal brand?
        •  What do you want your brand to achieve?
        • What is a strong brand identity?
        • What is relevant content for you and your brand?


        Fundamentals of Social Media
        Social media pros must transition from being wordsmiths to being the full package: being able to write copy and create visually stimulating images. Everyone has heard the quote, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” People form opinions based on others’ social media, including the copy and graphics. Learn how to not get on Buzzfeed’s latest “What Not to Do on Social Media” list by understanding:

        • Should I create a fun meme or do I need to overlay text on a photo?
        • What best suits the needs of the post, but also the brand?
        • When the message should be the forefront, not the aesthetic

        Possible Course Topics:

        •  Introduction an overview of social media content
        • Planning and organizing content
        • Photoshop interface
        • Creative color and filters
        • Saving filters to create a cohesive aesthetic
        • The type tool
        • Vector shapes
        • Saving, optimizing and exporting final images


        This academy meets daily, morning and afternoon. Due to the time commitment involved with this program, no other classes may be taken in conjunction.

        Students are required to purchase Photoshop.

        Who Should Take This Course?Students wanting to learn how to leverage and optimize social media for their branding and business needs.HighlightsLearn to create real content for social media using graphic design tools. DatesJun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)  |  Jun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Leadership 1
      • Michigan Global Leadership and Social Change Academy

        Worldwide connectivity and rapidly evolving social media and technology have quickly redefined human interaction and organizational structure. As a result, leadership skills have taken on a transnational, global dimension. Effective leaders must now be technologically savvy and master skills that encompass local, national, and international issues, in order to influence organizational and social change. This academy is designed to provide foundational knowledge, skills, and practical tools to create future leaders in business, education, and beyond.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who would like to develop leadership skills necessary to become agents of social change.Highlights organizational structure and change, ethical practices, and business and leadership etiquette. Apply the skill sets you learn in the institute to your home communities, in your schools, and your future.DatesJun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Penn LawApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Social Sciences 1
      • Psychology Academy

        This Academy combines Criminal Psychology and Social Psychology to provide students with a comprehensive and unique overview of how the mind works. 

        Criminal Psychology examines different aspects of criminal behavior: psychodynamic theory, biology, genetics, social learning, behavior and cognition, developmental and cultural issues in criminal behavior, sociological theories, violence and aggression, sex offenses, and the role of substance abuse. This class also explores how law enforcement agencies use profiling techniques to help identify and capture individuals who have broken the law. 

        Social Psychology explores a variety of topics, including attitudes and persuasion, social influence and group behavior, gender roles, aggression, attributions, prejudice, stereotyping and discrimination, attraction, conformity, obedience, and altruism.

        This academy meets daily, morning and afternoon. Due to the time commitment involved with this program, no other classes may be taken in conjunction with the Psychology Academy.

        Who Should Take This Course?This academy is suitable for budding psychologists and students interested in learning how the brain works.HighlightsStudents will get to experience what it is like to be a university psychology major.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtU Colorado Boulder, U Texas Austin, PennApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Sports Management & E-Sports 1
      • Sport Management Academy

        This Academy will give you the tools you need to understand how sports impact us today. The curriculum combines 2 courses to provide you with an in-depth understanding. MORNING COURSE: SPORT MANAGEMENT: ISSUES AND STRATEGIES IN SPORT MANAGEMENT This course is a brief survey of issues and strategies that are relevant to the industry of sport in the United States, including, but not limited to, marketing and influences on consumer behavior, the uniquely American phenomenon of big-business intercollegiate athletics, product safety, and the relationship between sport and racial and political ideology. AFTERNOON COURSE: SPORTS IN SOCIETY Explore the impact that professional and collegiate athletics have on American society as you read and discuss key issues with university coaches and athletes.

        Who Should Take This Course?This academy is suitable for students who are interested in sports management and sports marketing.HighlightsThis course will cover a wide range of sports management topics from sports marketing to key issues such as paying university athletes.DatesJun 27 - Jul 16: 3 Weeks  |  Jul 18 - Jul 30: 2 Weeks  |  Jun 27 - Jul 30: 5 Weeks (one 3-week and one 2-week session)Similar Course Available AtUCLA Middle School Enrichment, U Texas Austin, WhartonApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
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