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Young Scholars Program courses

The Young Scholars Program is designed for ambitious, Philadelphia area students interested in the intellectual challenge and rigorous pace of a true undergraduate experience. Young Scholars attend classes alongside Penn undergraduates and are evaluated by the same academic standards and procedures as regular Penn students, resulting in official college credit for coursework completed.

Fall 2021

Course Number Course Title
AFRC 002 601 Intro to Sociology
ANTH 005 601 Great Transformations
ARTH 107 601 Television and New Media
CHEM 100 602 Recitation
CIMS 103 601 Television and New Media
CIMS 104 601 The Twentieth Century
CLST 100 601 Greek & Roman Mythology
COML 099 601 Television and New Media
COML 104 601 The Twentieth Century
ENGL 078 601 Television and New Media
ENGL 104 601 The Twentieth Century
GEOL 100 601 Intro to Geology
HIST 089 601 Introduction to Modern India
JPAN 001 680 Introduction to Spoken Japan I
MATH 114 601 Calculus II
MATH 170 601 Ideas in Mathematics
PHIL 001 601 Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 002 601 Intro to Ethics
PSCI 181 601 Modern Political Thought
PSYC 001 601 Introduction to Experimental Psychology
QUEC 110 680 Quechua Language and Culture I
RUSS 001 680 Elementary Russian I
SAST 001 601 Introduction to Modern India
SOCI 001 601 Intro to Sociology
STAT 111 601 Introductory Statistics

This table provides you with information on the LPS policies for course registration and quotas for our courses. Please be advised that course enrollments are in flux during the drop/add period. We will update this web page daily if any changes in course status occur. Students who have been closed out of classes by quotas or who are attempting to register for classes that are full are advised to register for backup courses, to continue to try to register for their preferred courses and to check this page regularly for any course updates.

If sections are closed, students will not be able to register. If the course appears open, but you are told you cannot register, no permits will be granted as the remaining seats have been reserved for LPS students. Please check the course’s crosslisting to see if a seat might be available in another section. If you have further questions please contact:

Spring 2022 Course Registration and Permit Queries

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(updated 11/10/21)

Dates & Deadlines

DeadlinesFor important registration dates and deadlines, see the LPS Academic Calendar.