Is it appealing to imagine writing computer programs, creating solutions to real-world problems using math, or helping kids learn to love math too? If you enjoy the precision and beauty of mathematics, you may want to be one of the people who live to find solutions.
The mathematics department at Erskine College seeks to help students increase their problem-solving skills and abstract reasoning ability in order to prepare them for a rapidly changing society.
Erskine’s Mathematics Department includes a pure mathematics track and a Teachers’ Certification Program. The pure track prepares students for graduate-level studies in mathematics as well as careers in engineering, information science, business, law, and research.
The Teachers’ Certification Program prepares students to teach Math classes at the middle and high school level, where qualified math teachers are in high demand. A minor in Education is required for this track.
Recent graduates with a degree in mathematics have gone on to graduate schools in Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Computer Science, Philosophy, and even Youth Ministry. Some work in the industry, teach math in high schools, use their skills in the Armed Forces, or practice law. One even became a musician.
The Office of Admissions accepts applications on a rolling basis. Students may apply for admission beginning January 1 of the year prior to intended entry and decision notifications for complete applications will be sent on a rolling basis. Students should confirm their enrollment by the national candidates’ reply date, May 1.
- Submitted application. There is a $25 fee for all applications.
- Submission of the transcript. Must be translated into a U.S. 4.0 grading scale and go through WES or ECE.
- SAT Scores.
- English Language Proficiency Test. English proficiency is required when a student’s native language is not English. Recommended TOEFL score: 70 iBT (Internet-based test) or IELTS score: 6.0
Upon acceptance, students must submit an enrollment fee and Certificate of Finance. An I-20 will then be issued so that the student may obtain a visa. The student is responsible for any fees associated with acquiring the student visa.
All admitted students are required to submit an enrollment fee to reserve their place in the incoming class. Enrollment fees will be accepted as long as there is available space in the incoming class. This enrollment fee is refundable for fall applicants unless otherwise specified if requested in writing by May 1.
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