Applications for Michigan State University Engineering 2023 Summer programs will open in January!

HIGH SCHOOL ENGINEERING INSTITUTE (HSEI) 

       

TYPE

Residential

WHO

This co-ed program is open to U.S. and International students entering grades 10th-12th in Fall 2023 and recent graduates.

WHEN

Session 1: June 25-29, 2023, Session 2: July 09-13, 2023

REQUIREMENTS

(1)High school sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or better in engineering core courses such as math, sciences, and technology. (2) A transcript (preferably of a full year).

PROGRAM FEE

$998

PROGRAM DETAILS 

Intended for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors seriously considering engineering as their career choice, this residential program is designed to give in-depth experiences in engineering majors. Each day students will learn about a significant and spend time with an engineering faculty member, a graduate student. An undergraduate student engaged in a short lecture, demonstrations, hands-on activities, team-based problem-solving, and tours. Presentations by the Honors College, Admissions Office, Study Abroad, and The Center (Co-op/Internship and Undergraduate Research Opportunities) and terms of engineering research facilities will be conducted.

Sample schedules from 2022

Session 1 Schedule

Session 2 Schedule

APPLICATION DEADLINE

 June 16th, 2023. Applications are open!!

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SPARTAN LEGO ROBOTICS

       

TYPE

Commuter (8 am-12 pm)

WHO

Students in 4th-6th grade in Fall 2023

WHEN

Session 1: June 19-23, 2023, Session 2: June 26-30, 2023, Session 3: July 10-14, 2023

REQUIREMENTS

No specific requirements other than application and attending 4th-6th grade in Fall 2023

PROGRAM FEE

$375 per participant per person 

PROGRAM DETAILS 

Build and test multiple robotic systems, beginning with EV3 and progressing to more advanced engineering robotics systems such as VEX IQ. Work in teams to build custom robots, test your ideas, and learn engineering problem-solving skills. Then face-off against other teams in robot vs. robot competitions!

 

Schedule (sample from 2022. Same for all sessions)

APPLICATION DEADLINE

 June 15 (session1), June 22 (session2), July 06 (session3) 2023

Applications are open!!

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MAKING A GAME OF IT

    

TYPE

Residential

WHO

This co-ed program is open to U.S. and International students entering grades 11 and 12 in Fall 2023 and recent graduates.

WHEN

July 09-14, 2023

REQUIREMENTS

(1) High school juniors and seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or better in engineering core courses such as math, sciences, and technology. (2) A transcript (preferably of a full year).

PROGRAM FEE

$1099

PROGRAM DETAILS

Making a Game of it (MGIT) facilitates students' technological growth and provides computer software skills directly applicable to STEM-related professions. Students participating in this program will:

  • Develop Software in Python
  • Design a video game
  • Be prepared to enter MSU’s Computer Science degree-granting program

This program is taught by MSU’s faculty and graduate students who are experienced researchers and teachers interested in sharing computer and coding skills with future engineering students. 

Sample schedule from 2022

Schedule 

APPLICATION DEADLINE

 July 6, 2023. Applications are open!!

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COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, DAPCEP

       

TYPE

Residential

WHO

Restricted to invitees by DAPCEP

WHEN

July 17-21, 2023

REQUIREMENTS   

(1) High school juniors with a GPA of 3.0 or better in core math, sciences, and technology courses. (2) A transcript (preferably of a full year).

PROGRAM DETAILS 

This residential summer program presents an excellent opportunity for prospective engineering students interested in Computer Science and Engineering. During the program, students will learn computer science and computer engineering principles, coding using Python, data analytics, cybersecurity, and applications into autonomous vehicles through short lectures, demonstrations, hands-on experiments, team-based problem-solving, and tours.

 

SUMMER BRIDGE ENGINEERING PROGRAM, DAPCEP

       

TYPE

Residential

WHO

Restricted to invitees by DAPCEP

WHEN

July 24-28, 2023

REQUIREMENTS

(1) High school seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or better in core math, sciences, and technology courses. (2) A transcript (preferably of a full year).

PROGRAM DETAILS 

Intended for rising high school seniors seriously considering engineering as their career choice, this residential program is designed to give in-depth experiences in engineering majors. Each day students will learn about a significant and spend time with an engineering faculty member, a graduate student, and an undergraduate student engaged in a short lecture, demonstrations, hands-on activities, team-based problem-solving, and tours. Presentations by the Honors College, Admissions Office, Study Abroad, and The Center (Co-op/Internship and Undergraduate Research Opportunities), as well as virtual tours of engineering research facilities, will be conducted.