Residential (on-campus room and board included): $2395; $100 deposit due upon admission
Daytime/Non-Residential: $1595; $100 deposit due upon admission
Date & Time
July 11-22 daytime/non-residential, July 10-23 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 23 and will include evening and weekend activities. The non-residential program will be held from Monday, July 11 - Friday, July 22 from 9 am - 5 pm each day.
The application for the daytime program is open until program capacity is met. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. 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: The application for the residential program is closed; however students may still apply for the daytime format of the program using the link above.
Rising 10th–12th graders. Completion of Algebra II and interest in fast-paced coursework is highly recommended.
- Earn two college credits
- Participants are admitted to Illinois Tech as non-degree students
- Participants who perform well may request a letter of recommendation
- Enhance your resume by adding academic university experience
- Explore possible college majors by delving deeply into a variety of topics
Course completion does not guarantee admission to Illinois Tech degree-seeking programs.
Are you a college or advanced high school student interested in science, math, and computation? Learn about these topics in exciting and unconventional ways by enrolling in Illinois Tech’s Computational Science course for high school students. The course will integrate math and science with computation as a unifying concept.
Using real-world tools such as Mathematica, students will learn how to take an idea or question and find ways to formulate it for a computer. The course consists of hands-on activities and minimal lecturing. At the end of the program, students will acquire better computational thinking, a skill that is critical in an increasingly technological world.
Students who successfully complete the course will receive two credit hours of college credit for the course SCI 111. This course may be applied to the Illinois Tech curriculum as an elective.
Why Computational Science?
Come experience Computational Science at Illinois Tech and learn why it was ranked a Top 50 Summer Program in the country!
What will you learn in the Computational Science Course?
- Basic implementation of Mathematica code.
- Problems in number theory.
- Manipulate data such as data in astronomy and biology.
- Generating fractal images and random walks.
- Using Mathematica to solve optimization problems.
- Using differential equations to model and solve problems in science and engineering
This program is capped at 20 students to allow our participants to have an individualized experience. Students will be housed in double rooms within our State Street Village residence hall with our summer program interns.
Sample Daily Schedule
8 a.m.: Breakfast
9 a.m.—noon: Instruction with Dr. Kiah Ong
Noon—1 p.m.: Lunch
1—4 p.m.: Project time with Illinois Tech graduate student
4—6 p.m.: Activities and downtime with Illinois Tech summer intern
6—7 p.m.: Dinner
7—10 p.m.: Activities and downtime with Illinois Tech summer intern
10 p.m.: Residential hall check-in for the night
Sample Weekend Activities: Beach day on Lake Michigan, Navy Pier, Millennium Park, Chicago White Sox game and more!
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