2010 - 2011 Undergraduate Catalog

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Admission from High School

The College Preparatory Curriculum (CPC), SAT/ACT scores, and the high school academic grade point average are all key factors considered in freshman admission decisions.

College Preparatory Curriculum

In order to be admitted, freshmen are required to complete the University System of Georgia's College Preparatory Curriculum requirements at either:



Required Course Emphasis



Literature (American, English, World) integrated with Grammar and Usage and Advanced Composition Skills



Algebra I and II, Geometry and a fourth year to include courses such as Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry, Algebra III, Pre-calculus, Discrete Mathematics , Calculus, AP Calculus, Statistics, IB Mathematics, Analysis



Must include at least one lab course from Life Science and one lab course from the Physical Sciences

Social Science


Must include U.S. History and World History

Foreign Language


Must be in the same language and must emphasize speaking, listening, reading, and writing

  • A regionally accredited high school
  • Or a University System recognized high school

A minimum of 16 CPC units are required in the following subject areas:

* Two additional academic units are required, in addition to the above 16 units.