The tuition for this course is $2,300 plus a $55 non refundable application fee. For international students there is also an additional $100 processing fee upon enrollment. The tuition covers all books and labs. Some sites will have additional fees to cover the cost of field trips, lunch, and parking.
Residential sites have an additional Residential Program Fee which covers the cost of room and board plus additional acitivities that take place in the evenings and on weekends.
Thanks to the support of our sponsors, limited need-based financial assistance is available for partial and full scholarships. The application for financial assistance with supporting documents must be submitted with the student application. Only completed applications packets with supporting documents will be considered.
We are not able to provide financial assistance to students interested in participating in a residential program.
There may be fees for parking at some locations. Please see the site specific page for more information.
The Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus residential program costs an additional $3,200 which includes room, meals, activities, and field trips. Residential students will have access to the library, athletic center, and rock climbing walls as well as the student infirmary. Computer labs are available in the residence halls.
The Engineering Innovation students will be mixed in with the other high schools students participating in Pre-College programs at JHU. Room requests cannot be accepted. Space is limited to 85 residential students on the JHU Homewood campus.
The CSU-Fullerton residential program costs an estimated additional $3,200 which includes room, meals, activities, and field trips. Residential students will have access to the library and athletic center.
There is no financial assistance available for the residential program fee. Spaces are reserved by payment in full after acceptance into the program.
Yes! Students are eligible to receive a JHU transcript with 3 college credits if they complete the course with a final grade of an A or a B. Students receiving college credit should contact the JHU Office of the Registrar to request that a transcript be delivered to their home and/or institutions of their choice.
To be eligible to receive an A or B in the course, students must have regular attendance, completed all labs and assignments and have completed the take-home, open book final exam. Students not receiving an A or B in the course will receive a Certificate of Completion, but no college credit or transcript.
This is primarily a commuter program, but we do offer a residential option at the main Johns Hopkins Homewood campus in Baltimore and at California State University – Fullerton. Residential students must be 15 and no older than 17 as of June 30, 2014.
At Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, the residential component is offered in conjunction with the School of Arts and Sciences Pre-College Summer Programs and Summer Discovery Summer Discovery provides a professional staff of residential supervisors and live-in assistants to supervise the students and provide a full schedule of after class activities. Transportation will be available both to and from the Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) only.
At the CSU-Fullerton campus, the residential program will be administered by the CSU-Fullerton Office of Housing and Residence Life.
An orientation guide and calendar of events will be available to residential students one month before the program starts.
The Campus Safety and Security Office works in concert with students, faculty, and staff toward ensuring their safety throughout the campus and neighboring communities.
Campus Safety and Security provides escorts, security patrols, and other crime prevention services. For more information visit the Campus Safety and Security website.
We recognize that many schools do not offer a course called trigonometry. To meet the trigonometry prerequiste students must be able to use the trigonometric functions and be comfortable using the law of sines and law of cosines.
On the online application when asked if you have taken trigonometry, please select “Yes, as part of another course” from the pull-down menu. You will then be required to enter the name of the course where you learned to use trigonometric functions.
International students must obtain an F1 Visa to participate in Engineering Innovation. Once the student is accepted into Engineering Innovation, he/she will need to provide the Office of International Student & Scholar Services with a copy of their passport identification pages and a copy of a bank statement showing sufficient funds to support expenses for the Engineering Innovation program (US$5,600 ). The bank statement should be less than six months old, on bank letterhead, and include the account holder(s) name(s), account number(s), current balance, and date of issue as evidence of financial support for the program.
International students must provide their TOEFL scores. Johns Hopkins prefers a score of 600 on the written test. The preferred sub-scores for the Internet-based TOEFL (iBT) are 26 (Reading), 26 (Listening), 22 (Writing), 25 (Speaking). A score of 670 or higher on the Critical Reading section of the SAT Reasoning Test waives the TOEFL requirement.
Once the Office of International Student & Scholar Services receives these documents, they will prepare the forms required for the F1 visa application. If you want more information click here to go to the Office of International Student & Scholar Services website.
Withdrawals received earlier than 3 weeks prior to the start of class will receive a 90% tuition reduction. Withdrawals received within 3 weeks prior to class and up until the Friday of the first week will receive a 50% tuition reduction. No refunds will be issued after the end of the first week of class. Refunds will be calculated based on the date the student’s parent submits a written statement of withdrawal to Engineering Innovation.
No refund will be granted to students suspended or dismissed for disciplinary reasons. The Engineering Innovation program reserves the right to dismiss a student whose academic standing or general conduct is considered unsatisfactory.
Our staff schedules visits to local high schools at the request of teachers to present information about the Engineering Innovation program. If you would like someone to speak at your high school, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Presentations can be customized to your request.
Continue to explore the About EI section of the website. The Course Materials page contains information about lab activities, student learn sheets and sample quizzes.
We thank you for your interest in the Engineering Innovation program and look forward to receiving your application. If we have not answered your question above, please feel free to email us at email@example.com.