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  • 6 Weeks 6/26 - 8/4 $ TBD Pre-College (2 college credit classes)
  • 6 Weeks 6/26 - 8/4 $ TBD Pre-College (Biology/Lab)
  • 6 Weeks 6/26 - 8/4 $ TBD Pre-College (1 college credit/1 enrichment class)
  • 3 Weeks 7/1 - 7/21 $ TBD Biomedical Research Residental Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/1 - 7/21 $ TBD Chemistry Research Residential Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/1 - 7/21 $ TBD Neuroscience Research Residential Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/1 - 7/21 $ TBD Physics Research Residential Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/1 - 7/21 $ TBD Social Justice Residential Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/1 - 7/21 $ TBD Mathematics Residential Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/2 - 7/20 $ TBD Biomedical Research Day Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/2 - 7/20 $ TBD Chemistry Research Day Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/2 - 7/20 $ TBD Neuroscience Research Day Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/2 - 7/20 $ TBD Physics Research Day Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/2 - 7/20 $ TBD Social Justice Day Academy
  • 3 Weeks 7/2 - 7/20 $ TBD Mathematics Day Academy
  • 2 Weeks Session #1 7/9 - 7/21 $ TBD Penn Prep Program
  • 2 Weeks Session #2 7/23 - 8/4 $ TBD Penn Prep Program
  • 2 Weeks Session #1* 7/10 - 7/20 $ TBD Penn Prep Program Day
  • 2 Weeks Session #2* 7/24 - 8/3 $ TBD Penn Prep Program Day

6 week program open to students completing grades 10 & 11.

2 and 3 week program open to students completing grades 9, 10 & 11.

Residential tuition includes: Term fees, academic programs, laundry, use of facilities, housing, 3 meals daily while on campus (2 meals on Sunday, no meals Saturday), recreation pass (for students ages 16 and above), activities and trips.

Not included: Application fee, airfare, airport transfers (available for $75 each way), class materials, course supplements, meals eaten off campus, medical expenses, linens, blanket and pillow, souvenirs, and personal spending money.

 

 

University of Pennsylvania - Curricula & Courses

Mathematics Academy

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    • Mathematics Academy:  The Mathematics Academy is a unique opportunity for students interested in examining mathematical concepts rarely offered at the high school level. This rigorous, proof-oriented program will fuse lectures, problem sessions, demonstrations, and exploratory research to engage students in topics such as:

      • Discrete Mathematics
      a.Combinatorics (enumerative, algebraic, geometric)
      b.Generating functions and partitions
      c.Graph Theory
      d.Probability
      e.Combinatorial Game Theory

      • Algebra and Number Theory
      a.Linear Algebra
      b.Prime and factorization algorithms
      c.Congruences and quadratic reciprocity
      d.Galois Theory
      e.Geometry of numbers

      • Geometry and Topology
      a.Euclidean ad non-Euclidean geometries
      b.Geometric transformations
      c.Algebraic geometry
      d.Point-set topology
      e.Knot Theory

      Relevant field trips, including the National Math Museum in New York City, and the National Cryptologic Museum, may also be included.

      Program Director: Avi Barr

      Prerequisite: One year of high school Algebra II is required for application.