http://www.miami.edu/ssp

The Summer Scholars Program (SSP) provides a unique opportunity for high school students to study at the University of Miami for three weeks during the Summer Session B and earn 6 credit hours. Students will either live on campus or participate as a commuter. SSP is designed to expose high school students to university academics and campus life before commencing undergraduate studies. Interested high school students should seek further information and application requirements.

Select one (1) area of specialization: 16
Each specialization area has a subset of required courses
Explorations in Architecture
Introduction to Architecture
Visual Studies
Business, Ethics, and Leadership
Fundamentals of Ethics and Leadership
Fundamentals of Business
Creative Writing and Design
Creative Writing
Special Topics in Strategic Communication
Cyber Security and Introduction to Programming in Python
Cybersecurity: An Introduction to Security in Cyberspace
Introduction to Business Technology and Programming
Digital Media Production
Understanding Media and Content in the Digital Age
Special Topics in Journalism and Media Management I
Forensic Investigation, Crime Scene and Intelligence Analysis
Introduction to Forensic Investigation (EXP)
Introduction to Forensic Anthropology (EXP)
Engineering: Aerospace, Architectural, Civil, Environmental, and Mechanical Engineering
Introduction to Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering
Introduction to Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Engineering: Biomedical, Computer, and Electrical Engineering
Introduction to Biomedical Engineering for Summer Scholars
Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering
Filmmaking
Survey of Motion Pictures
Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
Global Business and International Relations
Fundamentals of Business
Introduction to International Relations
Health and Medicine: Infectious Diseases
Basic Concepts Public Health
Microbiology as it Relates to Humans (EXP)
Health and Medicine: Neuroscience
Basic Concepts Public Health
Introduction to Neuroscience (EXP)
Health and Medicine: Psychiatry
Introduction to Psychiatry (EXP)
Process of Health Promotion
Law - Litigation and the Legal Profession
Courtroom 101: Litigation Basics
Introduction to Legal Profession: Law, Ethics, and Society
Sport Administration - The Business of Sport
Leadership, Management, and Ethics in Sports
Survey of Sports Administration
Sports Medicine - Athletic Performance and Injury Management
Introduction to Athletic Training and Sports Medicine
Explorations in Sports Medicine
Tropical Marine Biology
Tropical Marine Biology
Life in the Sea
Total Credit Hours6