Pre-College Programs

2017 Pre-College Online Course Fees


Course Name Fee
Becoming an Entrepreneur: Turning Ideas into Startups $1180
Biomedical Engineering: The Smart Design of Medical Implants and Devices $885
Body at Work: Anatomy, Physiology, and Disease $1180
Climate and Climate Change: Scientific, Societal, and Global Implications $1180
Crowdsourcing Science: Your Data, Global Collaboration, and Scientific Discovery $1180
DNA Science: Forensics, Food, and Medicine $1180
Exploring Engineering Free
Flash Nonfiction $1180
Humanities Seminar: Disruptive Thinkers, Ideological Conflict, and Social Revolution $885
Lessons in Leadership: What History’s Great Leaders Can Teach Us Today $885
Materials Science and Engineering: Designing for Society's Needs $885
Neuroscience in Action: Understanding Our Brains and Nervous Systems $1475
Power from the Sun: Possiblities, Realities, & Career Paths in Solar Energy Industry $1180
Reading, Writing, Traveling: An Exploration in Creative Nonfiction $1180
Renewable Energy Engineering: Wind and Solar Power $1180
So You Want to Be a Doctor $1960
Storytelling in the Digital Age: Narrative Analysis, Story Craft, and Media Production $1180
Writing for College and Beyond $1180

Course fees vary by course length.

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Due Dates

All program balances are due by Thursday, May 25th. Students who register after the initial payment deadline must pay their full balance upon registration. Students will be billed monthly until the balance is paid. Students are not permitted to carry a balance after the start of their online class. Students who remain unpaid on the start date of their class will be withdrawn and have online access suspended.

How to Pay

Please visit the Financial Policies section of our Policies page for instructions on how to pay your balance due.  Please direct specific payment questions to

Withdrawals & Refunds

Please visit the Refund Policies section of our Policies page for information regarding withdrawals and refunds.  Withdrawals must be submitted in writing to  Absence from the class/program does not constitute withdrawal.