Advance Your College Preparation (Short Course)

Columbia University, School of Professional Studies United States

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About Advance Your College Preparation at Columbia University, School of Professional Studies

Academically exceptional high school students can apply to take courses with Columbia students and earn full college credit.

  • Access to the same courses as Columbia students
  • Academic advising and professional development
  • An Ivy League achievement for your college transcript
  • Real-world experience at an Ivy League institution.

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Entry requirements

A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3

Two strong letters of recommendation

Strong writing ability as evidenced in a statement of purpose and a writing sample that each showcase intellectual and academic strength and promise for continued growth and achievement

International students may only participate during the summer term.

Students who are not United States citizens or permanent residents must be a full-time student at Columbia - registered for at least 6 points of credit-bearing courses in a six week session or 12 points of credit-bearing courses in the entire 12-week summer period, in order to be eligible for a student (F-1) visa.

What students think about Columbia University, School of Professional Studies

    Leda S.; M.S. in Sports Management

    “My favorite aspect of the program has to be the small class size and integration of guest speakers – leading voices in the industry, no less – into lectures and discussions.”

    Jenna Carr; M.S. in Nonprofit Management

    “SPS has allowed for a challenging academic experience all while working my full-time job – which has granted me the ability to advance as a professional and student. I look forward to taking the lessons of leadership I’ve learned and applying them in a real-world setting.”

    Gloria Chin ’18SPS, Strategic Communication

    “One of the best parts of my education at Columbia was my capstone project. The confluence of a real-world experience while applying new learnings in real-time provided new insights with regard to data, persuasive communication, and leadership.”

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