Accelerated Learning Program (ALP)

Grades 9-12 | Residential Program ALP connects high school students from around the world for a rigorous college-level challenge.

ALP At-A-Glance

  • Format: Residential academic summer program
  • Instruction Hours: 105 hours of class time
  • Program Dates: July 5–25, 2020
  • Location: UW–Madison campus
  • Grade Level: For students finishing grades 9-12

ALP For-Credit Courses

ALP For-Credit is a precollege opportunity that combines a university credit-based course with three weeks of residential programming on the University of Wisconsin–Madison campus. You will take one college credit course and live on campus.

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Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) offerings:

ALP Class Examples

  • Intro to Computer Science
  • Human Body and Disease
  • Engineering Fundamentals and Design
  • Psychology of Learning
  • Advanced Computer Science
  • Neuroscience
  • Civil Engineering: The Art & Science of Structures
  • Atmospheric Sciences: Weather and Satellite Meteorology
  • Extreme Physics
  • Economics and Society
  • Political Science: Exploring Democracy
  • Introduction to Critical Reasoning
  • Psychology of Learning
  • Theatre: An Analytical Approach to Acting and Playwriting

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