How do you double major at UCLA?
To declare the double major, you must have a 2.0 GPA in the upper division courses that you have completed for the Economics or the Business Economics major. When you submit the forms to an Economics counselor via the MyUCLA Message Center, the subject title should be: Double Major request.
Can you apply for two majors at UCLA?
The UC application allows you to choose an alternate major, but we only guarantee the review of first-choice majors. For students who chose a major outside the College in one of our professional schools, check with the school to see if a supplemental application or any other action is required.
How many majors can you have at UCLA?
With over 125 majors to choose from, our undergraduates can easily find areas of study that align with their interests, academic skills and personal goals.
Can you double major at UC’s?
You can only declare your second major after you get to the UC. It is not part of the application process, which assigns you to one major (unless you are undeclared at UCSD).
Is it easy to double major at UCLA?
But it’s a pretty long process. You cannot declare a second major until you have taken all the major prep courses and 2 UD major courses for both majors. It’s difficult, but not impossible.
What is the easiest major to get into UCLA?
10 Easiest Majors to Transfer into UCLA
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Can you transfer to UCLA with a 3.0 GPA?
You must have a minimum 3.2 GPA (UC transferable). If you are applying to UCLA in an impacted major (see list, below), you must have at least a 3.4 overall GPA, and at least a 3.0 GPA in your major prep. If your GPA is between 3.2 and 3.4, you MUST declare an alternate major and meet with a transfer counselor.
How hard is it to switch majors at UCLA?
Overall, about 30% of UCLA students switch their majors from admissions, which is on par with the national average.
What are the hardest majors to get into at UCLA?
UCLA majors with admit rates of 25% or lower:
- Environmental Science (22%)
- Human Biology and Science (15%)
- Linguistics and Spanish (14%)
- Linguistics (15%)
- Marine Biology (12%)
- Math/Atmospheric, Ocean, and Environmental Science (14%)
- Psychobiology (25%)
- Psychology (22%)
What is the hardest major to get into UCLA?
The most difficult way to get into UCLA is to apply for Computer Science within the engineering school. Acceptance rates hover between 7–10% typically, and the major has become so impacted that you must have a 3.5 GPA in the introductory engineering courses to even be considered for transferring in.