Are you a motivated student interested in earning college credit and looking for a flexible schedule? Then High School Honors Online could be the right fit for you!
As a rising junior or senior, you can take up to two courses and earn college credit from Boston University—right from your own computer. Learn from distinguished BU instructors. Engage with challenging coursework. Participate in dialogue with college undergraduates and other high school students around the globe. Explore exciting subjects through online lectures, discussion boards, individual assignments, and a flexible weekly schedule.
High School Honors Online courses are an excellent option for independent learners with strong time management skills.
Through online lectures, discussion boards, and individual assignments, students explore exciting subjects at the undergraduate level. Taught by our distinguished Boston University instructors, these college courses are rigorous and rewarding, and enable students to balance learning with a flexible weekly schedule.
Note: Online courses are those designed to be online while remote courses are face-to-face courses that have been converted to a remote learning model in response to the pandemic. Those interested in taking a remote course at Boston University this summer should check out our High School Honors Program.
Cost and Session Information
High School Honors Online Courses for Summer 2021:
- Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences I
- First-Semester Chinese
- Second-Semester Chinese
- First-Semester Spanish
- Second-Semester Spanish
- General Psychology
- Introduction to Management
- Introductory Microeconomic Analysis
- Introduction to Philosophy
- Principles in Sociology
- Super Heroes in Film
- Elementary to Statistics
- And More!
For course descriptions, please click here.
Tuition & Fees
Application Fee (non-refundable): $50
Tuition (for a four-credit course): $2,920
Service Fees: $60
(Tuition rates for Summer 2021 are pending approval.)
Limited financial aid is available for the program. International students are not eligible for aid.