Science, Engineering & Technology Camps



ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE

Coding, CSI, Cyber, Augmented Reality & Robotics – the STEM based approach to incredible discoveries is packed into one unforgettable experience. Students will use their hands, computers, tablets and brains to problem-solve the entire week. They will cover multiple problem sets from coding to crime fighting and investigation. Team work will also be a key element. The camp has been developed exclusively for Baylor Summers with joint ventures from the United Kingdom to the U.S. Space Coast. The future begins now – register early!

Session 1 (REGISTRATION CLOSED)
Ages: rising 3rd - rising 5th grade
Dates: June 23-29
Cost: $1,200

Session 2
Ages: rising 5th - rising 9th grade
Dates: July 7-13
Cost: $1,200


BAYLOR RESEARCH: ENGINEERING DESIGN

This intensive two-week summer course offers the foundations and lab experiences covered in Baylor’s semester-long Engineering Design course. Accepted (use the button below to apply) students are trained in engineering-centric skills that translate into real-world research and design projects. Students will learn topics such as programming, electro-mechanical systems, virtual reality development, 3D modeling, and fabrication. Supervised training on instrumentation found in professional labs will provide the skills necessary to pursue advanced research opportunities. Algebra 1 is a prerequisite to attend.

Current Baylor students may receive credit for this course on a pass/fail basis.

Ages: 14-17
Dates: June 9-22
Cost: $1,500 (non-credit); $2300 (credit for Baylor students)



BAYLOR RESEARCH: MOLECULAR METHODS

This intensive two-week long summer course offers the foundations and lab experiences covered in Baylor’s semester-long Molecular Methods course. Accepted (use the button below to apply) students are trained to think like scientists in the context of biomedical and environmental research projects. Students will learn to execute techniques commonly used in cellular and molecular biology labs, including molecular cloning, PCR and quantitative PCR, protein expression systems, bioinformatics, and mammalian cell culture. Supervised training on instrumentation found in professional labs will provide the skills necessary to pursue advanced research opportunities. Chemistry is a prerequisite to attend.

Current Baylor students may receive credit for this course on a pass/fail basis.

Ages: 14-17
Dates: June 9-22
Cost: $1,500 (non-credit); $2300 (credit for Baylor students)