Residential Tuition :
$4,998 USD Will increase to $5,198 on Dec 31, 2021
Extended Commuter Tuition:
$3,398 USD Will increase to $3,598 on Dec 31, 2021
$2,798 USD Will increase to $2,998 on Dec 31, 2021
June 26, 2022 July 8, 2022
July 10, 2022 July 22, 2022
Session 3 (Online Only):
July 25, 2022 August 4, 2022 Maximum 15 students per session
This course will take place on the MIT campus taught by a lecturer and design education practitioner at MIT. Engineering is one of the most desired careers, but also least understood. There are many branches of engineering to explore. If you are considering a career in Engineering, this course will help you learn what it takes to be an engineer. We will explore facets of mechanical, civil, and biomechanical engineering in a hands-on, minds-on approach.
Excursions in Boston:
Students will have an opportunity to take their newfound skills outside of the classroom and visit MIT Engineering Labs. Students will also have an off campus excursion to an engineering firm.
Topics you'll explore
Students will explore the design process and a standard problem solving approach used by engineers. They will also utilize a series of design challenges to test and gather data on the efficiency of our designs. Projects include building a scale model structure compliant with code, zoning, and budget requirements as well as creating an artificial limb.
Students will think on their feet as they work against time, budget, gravity, and limited resources to complete mini design projects covering different areas of engineering. The final project will be in the field of their choice so they can further explore a specific area.
Through this course and program, you will get on-site experience and learn from experts in the field. We will gain an understanding of applied problem solving skills that are involved in Engineering.
Meet with successful professionals and experts in the fields of engineering and technology to learn more about careers and jobs in this field, and have the opportunity to ask questions and learn firsthand what it’s like to work as an engineer. This insight helps students reflect on which areas within the field of engineering is right for them.