Illinois Tech offers year-round opportunities for high school students to explore their intellectual curiosity in STEM. This summer, flex your skills in game design and development, cybersecurity, computing and technology, computational science, and mathematics. All courses are taught by faculty—no prior experience necessary!
Our online summer programs are 1-2 weeks each and take place throughout June, July, and August. They're designed to introduce high school students to different areas of computing and technology, helping them explore their interests and hone their skills. You'll learn hands-on techniques from one of our leading STEM professors from the comfort of your own home!
Learn more about each program below:
- Computational Science Course (counts towards college credit at Illinois Tech)
Illinois Tech's online programs are synchronous and space is limited, so register now to reserve your spot. View all Pre-College online programs.
Cost and Session Information
Each course ranges in cost.
Computational Science Course - Session I June 15 - 26
Cyber Security - Offensive Hacking - Session I June 22 - 26
Cyber Security - Defensive Hacking - Session I June 22 - 26
Introduction to Hardware, Software, Networking, and Virtualization June 29-July 3
Game Development and Programming - Session I July 6 - 10
Mathematics Camp I (Proof, Number Theory, Counting & Probability) - Session I June 29-July 3
Computational Science Course - Session II July 6 - 17
Cyber Security - Offensive Hacking - Session II July 13 - 17
Mathematics Camp II (Graphs & Trees, Group Theory) - Session I July 20 - 24
Cyber Security - Defensive Hacking - Session II July 20 - 24
Game Design: Interactive Storytelling - Session II July 20 - 24
Mathematics Camp I (Proof, Number Theory, Counting & Probability) - Session II July 27 - 31
Mathematics Camp II (Graphs & Trees, Group Theory) - Session II Aug 3 - 7
Game Development and Programming - Session II Aug 3 - 7