Baylor TIP’s mission is to identify exceptional talent in STEM and the humanities and provide world-class learning opportunities commensurate with students’ exceptional potential. Baylor TIP focuses on both the identification of talent through our assessments and the opportunity to develop talents and interests through customized educational recommendations and out-of-school programs.
Baylor TIP's offerings are shown below.
Baylor TIP's inaugural courses for students entering Grades 8–12 will be offered June 2023. Students who have been admitted to Baylor TIP can register below. If your child was accepted into the Baylor TIP Intermediate Program for Grades 5–7, they are eligible to register for and attend the University for Young People program this summer.
Session I: June 5–9 and Session II: June 12–16
STEM 1101 Art of Problem-Solving in Mathematics
This course helps students improve their ability to think mathematically and perform beyond basic computational skills. Students will be introduced to classic problem-solving techniques in mathematics as they encounter and attempt to solve diverse and complex mathematics problems. The knowledge and skills developed in this course may be beneficial to students wanting to compete in mathematical competitions.
HUM 1305 Creative Writing Across Poetic Forms
Students will learn the technical elements of multiple poetic forms and study examples of poems using those forms. Most importantly, students will follow the writing process to write their own poems using the poetic forms they are learning about.
SOC 1303 Truths and Myths about Human Intelligence
This course explores cognitive science related to intelligence. Students will learn the basic theoretical framework of human intelligence and how it impacts practical aspects of human developmental trajectories. After this course, students will be able to distinguish between myths and truths associated with intelligence.
BUS 1101 Foundations of Entrepreneurship
In this course students will tackle the essential question of what is an entrepreneur? That exploration will include a look at the history of entrepreneurship as well as studying how entrepreneurs identify needs and solve problems.
Each course is 3 hours in length, for a total of 15 hours in a session.
One course per week: $250
Two courses (including lunch at Penland Crossings) per week: $450 ($50 discount)
Installment payment option available
Needs-based financial assistance is available (applications for financial assistance will be posted soon).
Morning course only: 8:45 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Afternoon course only: 12:45 p.m.–4:15 p.m.
All day (with lunch): 8:45 a.m.–4:15 p.m.
Please note: Your child must have been accepted to Baylor TIP to register for these courses.
Register Now for Baylor TIP Session 1
Register Now for Baylor TIP Session 2