Program Options for Summer Pre-College
Adelphi’s Summer Pre-College Program will take place July 7-27, 2024
Please see below for our numerous on-campus, credit-bearing Summer Pre-College Program options.
Courses for College Credit
Art Foundations: Drawing and 2D Design
Use the campus as a classroom to explore contour line, value, composition and the principles of design.
Business and Society
Learn more about entrepreneurship, starting a business, and the parameters for success in business life
Computer Science and Coding
Apply the concepts of data types, variables, functions, conditionals and loops to analyze structured data and learn to code.
Digital Media Production: Filmmaking and TV
Shoot and edit your own short film, and develop skills in video editing and visual storytelling.
Future Educators: From High School to Higher Ed
Consider how your own education and background has influenced your interest in teaching and the type of teacher you wish to become
Introduction to Nursing as a Career and Profession
A glimpse into Nursing education, you will learn about the profession of Nursing and the various roles of a Registered Nurse.
Pre-Law: Understanding the Bill of Rights
Participate in a hands-on and all-inclusive approach of understanding the Bill of Rights. This in-depth analysis of the fundamental basis of our democracy gives students a glimpse of the fields of political science and law.
Pre-Med: Microbiology, Nutrition, and Human Disease
Engage in high-impact learning, participate in hands-on classes and lab experiences, and discover what it takes to pursue a career in the sciences and medicine.
Psychology and Pop Culture
Analyze issues of social psychology, cross-cultural communication, creativity, identity development, and mental health in numerous domains of popular culture.
Study the properties of quantum particles with hands-on laboratory activities, computer simulations, quantum circuits, and more.
Speech Language Pathology
Consider the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology and the various roles of certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists