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Discover Hopkins Programs




Short in length but not in content! Discover Hopkins Programs are intensive programs designed to expose you to topics from different perspectives. For instance, observe top researchers and listen to experts at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, as you survey the latest in environmental health.

Instructors will lead you through your topic with a morning lecture. The experts captivate your afternoons--faculty, alumni, and other guest speakers who are leading researchers or practitioners on the subject. We don't stop here--we enhance your learning of the topic with a variety of guided field trips in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, Virginia, or West Virginia.

The Discover Hopkins Programs are open to both residential and commuter students. Students register for one course (1cr) per session, and may enroll in up to 3 sessions (6 weeks). Students choose the session or sessions that best fits their schedule.

Get started today by applying online or find out if you're eligible or pre-certified. Financial aid is available as need-based partial tuition grants.

  • Session I
    June 19 - July 2 (residential)
    June 20 - July 1 (commuter)
  • Session II
    July 3 - July 16 (residential)
    July 5 - July 15 (commuter)
  • Session III
    July 17 - July 30 (residential)
    July 18 - July 29 (commuter)


Monday - Friday

9:30 AM - 12 Noon (Morning Lectures and Activities)
12-2 PM (Lunch and Break)
2- 4:30 PM (Afternoon Lectures, Guest Speakers, Site Visits)








Session I:

* No residential spaces remain for Session I. We are still accepting Commuter applications.

Session II:

* No spaces remain for Session II for either residential or commuter students.

Session III:

* No residential spaces remain for Session III. We are still accepting Commuter applications.


** Enrollment limit reached. Course closed.


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