SUMMER 2019 APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN

Course Catalog: Summer 2019

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Summer 2019 course details are now being finalized.

Those listed below reflect courses offered in 2018 that are expected to run in Summer 2019, as well as new courses we're reviewing. Schedules for all classes will be updated as they are confirmed, so please check back. Admitted students can begin registering in courses on the following dates, when we expect most courses to be confirmed:

December 18, 2018: Leadership Institute, BELL, and On-Location
January 15, 2019: Pre-Baccalaureate, STEM for Rising 9th & 10th Graders, Summer@Brown, Summer@Brown ELL and Summer@Brown Online

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Acid/Base Chemistry: From Food to Everyday Phenomena

Biomedical Informatics and Data Science for Biomedicine and Health Care

Engineering Selfcare - The Science of Cosmetics

Modeling Living Systems: The Principles of Life

Computer Modeling of the Brain

Crash Course in R Programming

Hiding in Plain Sight: An Introduction to the Art of Cryptography

Introduction to Statistical Programming in R

Introduction to Systems Thinking: Game Design and Learning

Learn to Program in Five Days

An Introduction to Game Theory

Econometrics: Statistical Tools to Understand Economic Data

Introduction to Behavioral Finance

Alternative Energy Engineering: An Introduction

Biomedical Engineering: The Smart Design of Medical Implants and Devices

Engineering Biomedical Systems

Engineering Your Own Smart Home: Custom Home Automation with Arduino

Fluid Mechanics Through Hovercraft Physics

Flying Robots: How to Build and Program Small UAV's Using the Robot Operating System

Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD) and 3D Printing

Introduction to Engineering and Design

Materials Engineering: A Revolution in the Making

Materials Science and Engineering: Designing for Society's Needs

Mechatronic Design for Game-playing Rovers

Renewable Energy Engineering: Wind and Solar Power

The Creative Process: Making Your Ideas Come Alive

The Final Frontier of the Electromagnetic Spectrum: the Terahertz Gap

Studying the Ocean from Blackboard to Drones

Tiny Solutions for Big Problems: Introduction to Environmental Nanotechnology

Habitable Worlds: Possible Places for Life in the Solar System and Beyond

Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Architecture

Applied Statistics

Bridging the Gap Between Math Class and the Real World

Introduction to Applied Geometry

Logic & Paradox

Number Theory: An Introduction to Higher Mathematics

Probability and Its Applications

The Mathematical Proof: Origins, Importance, and Construction

Contemporary Moral Issues: Bioethics and the Ethics of Technology

Science, Perception and Reality

An Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism

From Newton to Nanotechnology: History and Applications of Physics

From the Solar System to the Universe: An Introduction to Astrophysics and Cosmology

Introduction to Nanotechnology

Quantum Mechanics and the Nature of Reality

The Quantum Revolution in Technology

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