University of Michigan
MMSS features small 15-student classes taught by University of Michigan professors, as well as other outstanding instructors from around the world. The small class size allows the student to receive a deeper exposure to a particular subject and to evaluate the University of Michigan not only as a summer program, but also as a place for future studies. Students take only one class per session and spend the majority of the day working on the class.
The MMSS program is a stepping stone for today’s high school student to become tomorrow’s university student. Students are able to use the first-class labs and technology at the University of Michigan while learning from their faculty, graduate students and advanced undergraduates.
Students are given the opportunity to participate in the exciting research that is ongoing at the University of Michigan, attending courses with titles such as Fibonacci Numbers, Roller Coaster Physics, and Human Anatomy and Physiology.
Students will spend time in research and computer laboratories, as well as doing field work with their professors. They will catch a glimpse of the amazing career possibilities in math and science that are open to anyone with a thirst to learn. Like sponges, students will absorb critical information to help them select a career in the sciences.
- Street: 2074 East Hall, 530 Church Street
- City: Ann Arbor
- State: MI
- Postcode: 48109-1043
- Country: United States
- Telephone: 734.647.4466