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Six online courses from Wake Forest give high schoolers a start on the future
High school is a great time to see what college has to offer. Wake Forest University has six popular courses that give students like yours a chance to see if an interest—in medicine, sports medicine, cancer medicine, psychology, bioscience or business—is a good fit for their future.
All of our courses offer an asynchronous option, featuring online video lectures and live sessions with mentors, so students can study anytime, anywhere, at their own pace.
Several courses also offer our +Live option, new this Summer. A more structured learning experience, this option includes live, online Zoom sessions with industry experts in addition to all the advantages of our regular pre-college immersion courses.
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This course takes students to the heart of medicine. Participants go on a virtual journey with a heart attack patient, from chest pains, to surgical treatment, to aftercare. Taught by physicians and industry experts. Learn more.
The course focuses on the three most common sports injuries: ACL tear, shoulder dislocation and concussion. Also covered are the treatments of major sports stars. Taught by physician faculty member and industry experts. Learn more.
Personal Mentoring for guidance — asynchronous learning for flexibility
- Mentorship: Students will participate in live, online group sessions with a Wake Forest mentor who assists with brainstorming on your final project and answering questions about your assignments.
- Asynchronous learning: Course lessons are delivered by renowned professors through video lectures allowing students to study anytime that fits their schedule.
- Certificate of Completion from Wake Forest University: Students earn this recognition when they finish the course successfully.
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