The Georgetown University Summer Institute in Tech & Society is an all-inclusive, on-campus summer program designed to provide currently matriculated Georgetown undergraduate students with an elite-level academic experience while offering a packaged price.
In the spirit of the new Technology, Ethics, and Society initiatives within the College of Arts & Sciences, this Institute would equip students with both skills and literacy in the techniques of coding, data analysis, and visualization, socially situated and ethically engaged. Students need no prior computer science background but will emerge with a working knowledge of computer programming, beyond mere applications and software.
10-week program running Jun 3–Aug 9, 2024
Current Georgetown University undergraduate students interested in developing essential skills in coding and data visualization. These skills can accompany anyone’s liberal arts interests and boost their career readiness.
The total cost for the Summer Institute is $24,995, including tuition for 12 credits along with housing and a 14-weekly meal plan for 10 weeks. This represents nearly a $6,000 discount on regular tuition for 12 credits. Financial aid is available for eligible students.
Upon Completing the Program
At the end of the 10-week Georgetown Summer Institute in Tech & Society, students will have gained proficiency in critical tech skills, competency in the social and ethical contexts that inform uses of tech in the world, and real-world experience in problem-solving with data.
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