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Dual Enrollment

Enjoy the challenge of a college class without leaving your high school
  • Overview
  • Application
  • Admission
Overview

Georgia Tech’s Dual Enrollment program enables you to enjoy the challenge of a college class without leaving your high school! Georgia Tech offers advanced mathematics students in high schools across Georgia the opportunity to take online classes while still in high school. Classes are held on campus, taught to Georgia Tech students, while being delivered via live video or internet feed to high school students in 51 classrooms across Georgia. All tuition, fees, and textbooks are paid for by the State of Georgia and Georgia Tech.

Application

Application for admission into the Dual Enrollment program is available May 15 to June 15. The admission process is selective and a prospective student should have a profile like students admitted to our most recent dual enrollment program to be competitive. The following are minimums to be considered for admission:

  • 3.5 GPA
  • 3.5 Math GPA
  • 600 Math score on SAT or 27 Math ACT
  • 4 on AP Calculus BC exam
Admission

Students who are offered admission must submit the following enrollment documents:

  • Official SAT or ACT and AP scores, if not previously submitted.
  • Student Participation agreement
  • Dual Enrollment funding application completed online
  • Verification of lawful presence in the United States
  • Immunization records (only for students taking dual enrollment classes on the main Tech campus)
  • Class Schedule Planning Form (only for students taking dual enrollment classes on the main Tech campus)

Distance Math Courses

Distance Math Year One
Special Note

Lectures are held Monday through Friday from 8-8:50 a.m.

Students who have completed AP Calculus BC may apply to take:

  • Math 1554 : Linear Algebra (Fall)
  • Math 2551:  Multivariable Calculus (Spring) 
Distance Math Year Two
Special Note

These courses are asynchronous, meaning they are not taught live. Students may watch lectures at a time of day that is convenient with their schedules and will be required to take proctored exams three to four times each semester at a designed time and date at their high school. Test dates from the previous year were Tuesdays at 4 p.m.

Students who have completed Distance Math Year One may apply to take:

  • Math 3012: Applied Combinatorics (Fall)
  • Math 2552: Differential Equations (Spring)
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