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Study biodiversity in Michigan, geology in Wyoming, immerse yourself in exciting research on the Ann Arbor campus—and much more.
Every year, summer courses offer LSA students the chance to obtain academic credit while exploring new learning opportunities including:
The University of Michigan Biological Station
Study biology and environmental science in the field in northern Michigan.
The Camp Davis Rocky Mountain Field Station
Take a variety of courses in the geology, environmental sciences, and humanities.
New England Literature Program
Learn about New England authors and writing for six-and-a-half weeks.
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)
Conduct intense research in labs or in the community.
A full list of classes and opportunities is available through the LSA Course Guide.