Summer Component

The summer component consists of a 6-week program held in June and July each summer. During this phase, students come to the Texas Wesleyan University campus each day and attend classes developed to improve their skills in science and mathematics. 

Students also attend English, a foreign language class and a research class as well as participate in various social, cultural and educational events.

The Summer Component is very important and is MANDATORY if you are a participant of the UBMS or UB programs.

Courses for the UBMS/UB Summer Component

Mathematics: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus and Calculus

Science: Biology, Chemistry and Physics

English: English and Literature

Foreign Language: French

Research: College Level Research Class

In Addition:

  • Field trips to colleges and/or career sites
  • Leadership activities and workshops
  • Academic and college advising
  • Interaction with college students
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