Biomedical Engineering: Session II

Cost


Residential (on-campus room and board included): $1395; $100 deposit due upon admission


Daytime/Non-residential: $795; $100 deposit due upon admission

Date & Time


July 11-15 daytime/non-residential, July 10-16 residential


Students have the option to live on campus while attending this program (residential) or commute from home each day (non-residential). The residential program will run from Sunday, July 10 - Saturday, July 16 and will include evening and weekend activities. The non-residential program will be held from Monday, July 11 - Friday, July 15 from 9 am - 3:30 pm each day.

Please note: students should register for either Biomedical Engineering: Session I or Biomedical Engineering: Session II. Biomedical Engineering: Session I is a commuter program held in-person on Illinois Tech's Mies campus. Biomedical Engineering: Session II is the same program, but with the option for students to stay residentially on Illinois Tech's campus for the program duration. Students must be 15-17 years old to participate in residential programs.  

Program Registration

REGISTER 

Registration for the daytime program is open until program capacity is met. Final payments are due by Friday, June 3. Please view our policies and resources page, including our COVID-19 vaccine policy, before registration. 

Please note: Registration for the residential program is closed; however students may still register for the daytime format of the program using the link above.

Location

Mies Campus

Eligibility

Rising 10th–12th graders

Program Description

Biomedical engineers improve our health and lives through advances such as artificial organs, sophisticated robot-operated surgical equipment, advanced medical imaging, and deep brain stimulation. In this course, students will be introduced to the range of opportunities and applications in biomedical engineering. Students will learn to use electrophysiology laboratory equipment and software to measure and analyze their own heart, muscle, and brain electrical signals.

Questions?

For more information, email precollege@iit.edu