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University of Detroit Mercy Pre-College Summer Programs

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  • Academic, Robotics, Science, Technology

Essential Information

Contact NamePamela Todd or Arneshia Austin
Address 4001 W. McNichols Road
College of Engineering, Room 225
Detroit, MI 48221
Phone313-993-1435
Website URL eng-sci.udmercy.edu/pr...

Envision a better world… then create it.

Unlock your children's imagination as they explore the fields of Architecture, Engineering, Robotics and Science. University of Detroit Mercy's Pre-College Programs are designed to be interactive, hands-on learning directed by University faculty and students from the College of Engineering and Science and the School of Architecture. Campers will utilize the latest computer programs, equipment and teaching methods to better comprehend the skill sets needed for successful college studies and careers into the future. University of Detroit Mercy has been serving pre-college students throughout the metropolitan Detroit area with ongoing programs for over 35 years.

UDM offers the following Summer Pre-College Programs for high school students:

Architecture Design Summer Camp

Product Development Innovation Camp

STEPS [Science Technology Engineering Preview Summer Camp for Girls]

Ford-UDM/GT CATIA V6 Innovation Summer Program

TRANSIT, Smart Moves Summer Program

Robotics Challenge for Young Men!

STAR [Science, Technology, and Robotics] Summer Program

UNITE Summer Program—Introduction to College Coursework

The programs vary in length from one week to one month, and take place on UDM's McNichols Campus.

For information regarding program details, fees and payment options, contact UDM's Pre-College Department.

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County: Wayne

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Design and Engineering Robotics

Architecture Design Camp. Students work with faculty and upper level architecture students to explore different aspects of design.

Architecture Design Camp. Students work with faculty and upper level architecture students to explore different aspects of design.

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