Most of our dual enrollment students are in a program called Distance Math. We partner with nearly 90 high schools in Georgia to offer this program.
Lectures are pre-recorded and available to students in a learning management system. Students are expected to view three lecture recordings each week. Students may choose one of two times of day for live studio sessions. These sessions, conducted by teaching assistants are held Monday and Wednesday from 8:25 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. and from 5 p.m. to 5:50 p.m.
Studio sessions will also be recorded for review or for students who do not attend live sessions. Students must take proctored tests 4 to 5 times per course on specific dates. Test dates are announced at the beginning of the semester. You can enjoy the challenge of a college class and professor without leaving your high school.
Students who have completed AP Calculus BC may apply to take:
Math 1554 : Linear Algebra (Fall)
Math 2551: Multivariable Calculus (Spring)
Students who have completed Distance Math Year One may apply to take:
Math 3012: Applied Combinatorics (Fall)
Math 2552: Differential Equations (Spring)
The dual enrollment admission process is selective. Interested students should have a profile like students in the top quarter of Georgia Tech’s first-year class to be competitive.
Number of Spaces in Program: 580
Number of applications last year: 750
Pre-requisites: AP Calculus BC score of 4 or 5
Number of Spaces in Program: 80
Number of applications last year: 85
Pre-requisites: Distance Math Year One
Watch our Distance Math Prospective Student webinar to learn more about the program and the dual enrollment admission process.