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Extended Accelerator - Bachelor of Science - Mathematics At University of South Carolina: Tuition Fee: $40,977.00 USD / Year (Scholarship Available)

Extended Accelerator Program (EAP) combines language, culture and academics to give students a deep understanding of life in and out of the American classroom and includes personalized English-language instruction and tutoring.


As a student in the Extended Accelerator, you’ll get:

  • A contextual curriculum that mixes language, culture and academics
  • Exclusive access to a course focusing on life in the U.S. and in the local community
  • A full year’s worth of college credits
  • Extensive English-language tutoring, academic advising and student support
  • Personalized English-language support specific to the classes you take

Mathematics is beautiful, fun, exciting and powerful. Mathematics is the ongoing creation of a giant tapestry woven over millennia by human beings of every sort for reasons of their own, from desperation to inspiration. People pursue mathematics for money, for pleasure, for fulfillment, for entertainment, for status, out of envy, out of lust for power, out of hope for the future. In short, we study mathematics for the same reasons people compose music, write plays and design bridges.

As a mathematics major, you will also develop widely sought-after skills including the ability to logically and critically evaluate situations including developing and implementing effective problem-solving strategies involving a wide range of ideas and data. You will enjoy relatively small classes with increased interaction with your professors.

We encourage you to take advantage of the Mathematics Library and the Hedberg Student Lounge, complete with a refrigerator, microwave, sink and chalkboard — perfect for studying in groups.

You will choose an area of emphasis from actuarial, education, applied or general. Additionally, the department’s list of Knowles Science Teaching Fellowships in Mathematics recipients is growing very rapidly. These national awards provide funding for the completion of the student’s education as well as the first few years of teaching.

Our graduates are strong candidates for graduate school and careers in any of a variety of different fields, including engineering, economics, finance and computer science with the skills of:


  • Critical thinking
  • Analytical reasoning
  • Ability to recognize patterns: generalization, abstraction, modeling
  • Ability to define terms and formulate problems precisely
  • Attention to detail
  • Precision and clarity in writing
  • Ability to work collaboratively
  • Ability to translate technical material into non-technical language
  • Estimation and ability to critically assess computational results
  • Competency in computer programming and statistical analysis
  • Patience and perseverance
  • Visualization
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