I was very impressed by the amount of knowledge my daughter gained after only 3 weeks. She learned how to apply lecture material to her studio techniques. I would highly recommend this course to any student considering the field of architecture. YSP parent
Courses in the Young Scholars Program are at the cutting-edge of theory, thought, and technology. Courses are offered in a broad range of academic disciplines. You select one of the following three-credit courses. Click on the course to view the description and syllabus if available. For a printable list of all the courses and descriptions, click here.
|Architecture and Urban Planning||The Arts|
|• Discovering Architecture||• Creative Writing|
|Global, Social and Political Issues||• Drawing|
|• International Political Relations||• Scriptwriting for Theatre, Film and Television|
|• Social Psychology||• Foundations of Acting and Performance|
|• Trial Advocacy||Public Health and Wellness|
|• The Psychology of Evil||• Kinesiology (Movement & The Human Body)|
|The Business of Technology||Science and Engineering|
|• Foundations of Entrepreneurship||• Forensic Sciences|
|• Biopharmaceutical Production||• Engineering Design|
|• Introduction to Materials and their Applications||• Computer Science: A Hands Off Approach|
|Life Sciences and the Environment||Communication|
|• Environmental Biology||• Media, Persuasion, & Public Speaking|
|Humanities and Literature||• Introduction to Mass Communication|
|• How to Think About Everything|
Courses in the Young Scholars Program are part of the University’s Summer Term. These courses follow University policies and procedures and are subject to change. The University reserves the right to cancel courses due to insufficient enrollment or for other reasons it deems necessary.
Textbook requirements are posted by the instructor, usually three weeks prior to the course start date. Your course may or may not require a textbook, and you will need to periodically check the link below to see if the instructor has posted a textbook.
- Visit: www.testudo.umd.edu
- Select Schedule of Classes
- Select Summer Term
- Select Course Listing
- Select the course/department acronym, e.g., ARCH for Architecture.
- Find the course you are registered for with the section number of “YS41” or “YS42”
- Select Books
Note that courses like ARTT110 do not have textbooks but students can locate the supply list in the syllabus posted online.
Textbooks may be purchased from any textbook store or online vendor. For those students who have determined the need for a textbook, you may use one of the following online resources:
For those interested in purchasing their textbook in person, the University Book Center is located on campus.
We were impressed with the structure of the course, the continuous assignments made sure the student was always on op of reading and course material which facilitated learning and understanding. The course was fun and educational! YSP parent
You have until June 20, 4:30 p.m., to change your course selection. A request must be sent via e-mail to email@example.com and include:
- Your full name, University ID # (not your SS#), date of birth and
- Your new course information. You can only change registration if the new course has available seats
On or after June 21: No participant will be permitted to change their registered course. You may not attend a course for which you are not registered. Should a student attend a course other than their approved course, s/he will receive a zero for the registered course.
Great class, excellent professors. My son will consider University of Maryland for college due to the experience he had. YSP parent