Students applying to Georgia Tech’s Distance Math Program will need to take their AP exams during the May testing dates (Administration 1 or 2) to be considered for admission to the program.
This year, students can apply for the Distance Math Program between May 15 and June 15. We ask that transcripts arrive by June 15 and AP exam scores arrive by July 10 in order to release admission decisions on July 17. Georgia Tech’s fall semester begins on August 23.
Georgia Tech is holding a virtual information session for prospective Distance Math Program students on Tuesday, April 27 at 6:30 p.m.
The virtual meeting will be hosted by Georgia Tech’s School of Math, Office of Undergraduate Admission, and Professional Education department. Students and parents who attend will learn more about the Distance Math Program and have an opportunity to ask representatives questions.
The session covers topics such as:
- Course content
- Participation requirements and expectations
- Admission process and competition
- State funding program
Before the meeting, we will provide the link to connect to Georgia Tech for this information session. We look forward to having everyone join us on April 27!
If you have any questions, please email or call me at 404.894.4154. Go Jackets!
Laura Brown Simmons
Director of Nondegree Programs
Our Cobb students are representing at Georgia Tech this fall! There were 88 students that were accepted to Georgia Tech’s Distance Calculus for the 2020-21 school year! Students from Allatoona (1), Harrison (7), Hillgrove (10), Kennesaw Mountain (7), Lassiter (5), Pope (2), Walton (25), and Wheeler (31) will be joining online beginning in August 2020 to complete Linear Algebra fall semester and Multivariable Calculus spring semester.
It is time to apply to Georgia Tech’s Distance Calculus courses are off to a great start! Students that are attending as juniors have the opportunity to continue their senior year with Differential Equations and Applied Combinatorics.
If you are interested in applying for Georgia Tech’s Distance Calculus for the 2021-22 school year, admission criteria includes:
- Score of 4 or 5 on AP Calculus BC exam
- 5 math GPA
Competitive Ranges (middle 50%):
- College level courses: 5 – 8
- GPA: 4.0 – 4.46
- Numeric average: 98.36 -100.7
- SAT EBRW + M: 1410 – 1540
- ACT C: 32 – 35
Applications open in May.
For admission, enrollment, records, and general questions about the program:
- Laura Brown Simmons, Coordinator of Dual Enrollment, Office of Undergraduate Admission
For technology and course delivery questions:
- George Wright, Director of Online Learning, Office of Professional Education
Michelle Mikes, Supervisor