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Yes. We highly recommend that students entering in Fall 2017 do not purchase a laptop until computer specifications are announced in the Summer of 2017. Please visit the laptop support page for recommendations.
Yes, in fact, students in the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences compose approximately 40% of the students in the Calhoun Honors College. To learn more, please visit the Calhoun Honors page.
Calculator information can be found on the Calculator Recommendation site. Typically General Engineering and Science students enroll in either MATH 1060 or 1080 their first semester.
General Engineering applicants are encouraged to have:
AP and IB classes such as Economics, Government, History, and Psychology can be applied towards your General Education requirements. While we can award credit for Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics, we prefer you speak with your advisor prior to utilizing these credits. A complete list of AP credits and Clemson equivalents can be found on the Advanced Placement Credit chart. IB credit can be found on the IB Credit chart.
Yes. Clemson offers numerous summer engineering and science programs through our Summer Scholars program.