Programs for Undergraduate Students

Biomedical Careers Program

The Biomedical Careers Program (BCP) is an intensive six-week summer program offering academic enrichment in the sciences and health care orientated activities. BCP offers three levels of coursework and six different curricula for students at various stages of their undergraduate education. Each level includes a combination of lectures, laboratories, clinical correlations, and small group sessions. BCP serves undergraduates who are economically and/or educationally disadvantaged.

→ More information about the Biomedical Careers Program

Summer Science Scholars' Academy

The Summer Science Scholars Academy (S³A) is a fee-based three-week program designed for high-achieving secondary school students and/or those in gifted-and-talented programs. The curriculum focuses on exploring the human body through a series of lectures, organ laboratories and clinical experiences. Students are also exposed to different health careers and various topics in public health through interactive small-group seminars. The program targets students entering grade 12 or graduating in June. This is a non-residential summer experience. This program does not offer high school or college credit.

→ Visit the S³A Web site.

Other Summer Opportunities

We encourage you to work with your school advisors, local hopitals, and federal/national organizations to find further opportunities. The Association of Americal Medical Colleges also maintains a searchable database you can access here. 

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