What can Penn Summer do for you?

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With hundreds of courses available, Penn Summer offers exciting opportunities for undergraduate students—no matter where you are. Daytime, evening, and online classes are designed to fit your summer schedule, and open admission makes it easy for anyone to enroll. Pursue new skills or interests in the 11-week summer session or earn credits in half the time during Summer Sessions I and II. Make your summer plans with Penn.

Have it all in half the time

With accelerated 5.5-week sessions, complete an entire year of introductory biology, chemistry, or physics in one summer—including labs.

Break the language barrier

Master conversational Korean, American Sign Language, Spanish, or French through fast-paced, immersive language courses.

Experience the best of Penn

Take classes from world-class faculty in the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, Penn Law, the Weitzman School of Design, and the Wharton School.

Log in and learn

Skip the campus commute and stay home for online courses in biomedical ethics, world music and film, classical studies, and more.

Open your mind

Study the structure and function of the nervous system to learn the biological basis of human and animal behavior.

Get news you can use

Enrich your outlook on current affairs with analytical, interdisciplinary courses on topics such as national security law, social media studies, and the history of science. 

Crunch the numbers

Learn real-world applications for mathematical models in courses on game theory, statistics, and data science.

Take the cannoli

Immerse yourself in the history and evolution of Italian culture in America via film, literature, music, and media.

Visit the Penn Summer website to learn more about courses and opportunities  that can help you make you most of your summer!


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