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Intersession Program

The academic departments representing the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering sponsor diverse courses that are topical, engaging, and not typically offered during the Fall and Spring semesters. Students may take one or two courses that are graded S/U during intersession.

For Intersession courses, there is no additional tuition for degree-seeking undergraduate students who were enrolled full-time at Hopkins in the previous fall semester. Students who do not meet these criteria are charged tuition per credit.

2020 Intersession Program Timeline
November 4, 2019View the Intersession 2020 schedule
December 3, 2019Registration begins on SIS
January 6-24, 2020Intersession Program Dates

Faculty and Graduate Students

If you are a faculty member or graduate student interested in teaching a course for Intersession, please review our guidelines.

Study in the USA

Study in the USA provides an opportunity for students to take courses outside of Baltimore in other U.S. cities. Tuition and program fees vary by course.

Length

Varies

Students

Current degree-seeking JHU Undergraduates

Residency

Homewood Campus, Off Campus (Locations Vary)

Intersession Courses

Academic departments representing the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering sponsor a diverse set of courses that are topical, engaging and not typically offered during the academic year.

Length

1,2, or 3 weeks

Students

Current degree-seeking JHU Undergraduates

Residency

Homewood Campus

B'More

Intersession 2020 marks the thirteenth year of the B'More Program which is designed to introduce freshmen to Baltimore and help them establish a relationship that will transcend the program and their time at Hopkins. The program as a whole will immerse students into the city, and show them the ways in which the city’s civic and cultural resources can enhance a Hopkins education.

Length

1 week

Students

JHU Freshmen only

Residency

Homewood Campus