Requirements | Office of Undergraduate Admissions | UCI (2023)

Transfer Requirements

Find out your major’s specific admission requirements. Every school has its rules. Along with the general admission requirements for transfer students, each UCI academic unit has additional requirements, depending on your major of choice.

All major-specific admission requirements must be completed by the end of the spring term prior to the fall quarter of enrollment. Learn which major prerequisites are required and any other criteria you need to meet below.

For more information regarding the AP and IB examination credit policies please refer to the UCI General Catalogue.

Claire Trevor School of the Arts

(this major does not participate in the TAG Program or Honors to Honors partnership)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7
  • Portfolio required

(this major does not participate in the TAG Program or Honors to Honors partnership)

  • Auditions required; applicants must audition in late January in ballet, modern, and jazz, prior to the fall quarter when entrance is anticipated

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)

(this major does not participate in the TAG Program or Honors to Honors partnership)

  • Auditions required; applicants must audition in late January/early February with an instrument or voice, prior to the fall quarter when entrance is anticipated

(this major does not participate in the TAG Program)

  • Interested applicants must apply for the Drama major; new students are not admitted directly into the major
  • Students may audition for this major after completing at least one quarter of the Music Theatre Workshop Level III course at UCI.

School of Biological Sciences

Students who wish to be considered for the following majors should follow the required and recommended course preparation outlined for Biological Sciences and Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Biology/Education. The following majors are not available until the student is enrolled at UCI:

  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Developmental and Cell Biology
  • Exercise Sciences
  • Genetics
  • Human Biology
  • Microbiology and Immunology
  • Neurobiology

School of Biological Sciences Requirements by Major

Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)

  • Complete the following courses with a grade of C or better:
    • One year of general chemistry with laboratory
    • One year of organic chemistry with laboratory
    • One year of biology courses with laboratory equivalent to UCI's BIO SCI 93 and 94

Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)

  • Complete the following courses with a grade of C or better:
  • One year of general chemistry with laboratory
  • One year of organic chemistry with laboratory
  • One year of biology courses with laboratory equivalent to UCI's BIO SCI 93 and 94

Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)

  • Complete the following courses with a grade of C or better:
  • One year of general chemistry with laboratory
  • One year of organic chemistry with laboratory
  • One year of biology courses with laboratory equivalent to UCI's BIO SCI 93 and 94

The Paul Merage School of Business

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0

  • Complete courses in calculus equivalent to UCI's Mathematics 2A-B
  • Complete courses in economics equivalent to UCI's Economics 20A-B or MGMT 4A-MGMT 4B
  • Complete course in statistics and accounting equivalent to UCI's Management 7, 30A, and 30B

offered jointly with the Donald Bren School of Information & Computer Sciences

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0
  • Complete the following courses with a grade of B or better:
    • One year of approved calculus
    • One year of computer programming courses in a single object–language. (Python, Java, or C++) Object-oriented programming language courses that do not directly articulate to I&C SCI 31-33 can be used to satisfy the admissions requirements. Introduction to computer science courses do not meet this requirement.
    • One year of introductory accounting theory and practice equivalent to UCI's Management 30A-B
    • One year of micro- and macro-economic theory equivalent to UCI's Economics 20A-B

Notes:

  • The introductory sequence in ICS has moved to Python. The Bren School of ICS strongly encourages all participants to become familiar with this programming language prior to matriculation. Additional computer science courses beyond the two required are strongly recommended, particularly those that align with the major(s) of interest. Java is used extensively in the curriculum; therefore, transfer students should plan to learn it by studying on their own or by completing a Java-related programming course prior to their first quarter at UCI.
  • Courses in Visual Basic, C, and C# are not approved preparation for this major.

School of Education

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)

The Henry Samueli School of Engineering

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Three calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics,
      • electricity and magnetism,
      • waves, optics & modern physics
    • One course of general chemistry with laboratory
    • One course in programming and problem solving in MATLAB or programming concepts and methodologies for engineers

The following courses are not required for transfer consideration, however the degree cannot be completed in two years without them:

  • One course in statics
  • Circuit Analysis with laboratory
  • Materials Science and Engineering
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  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Three calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics,
      • electricity and magnetism,
      • waves, optics & modern physics
    • One year of general chemistry with labs
    • One course in programming and problem solving in MATLAB or programming concepts and methodologies for engineers

The following course is not required for transfer consideration, however the degree cannot be completed in two years without it:

  • Engineering Graphics

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Three calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics,
      • electricity and magnetism,
      • waves, optics & modern physics
    • One year of general chemistry with labs
    • One year of organic chemistry with labs
    • One course in programming and problem solving in MATLAB or programming concepts and methodologies for engineers

The following course is not required for transfer consideration, however the degree cannot be completed in two years without it:

  • Engineering Graphics

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Two calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics
      • electricity and magnetism
    • One year of general chemistry with labs
    • One year of organic chemistry with labs
    • One course in programming and problem solving in MATLAB or programming concepts and methodologies for engineers

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Two calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics
      • electricity and magnetism
  • One year of general chemistry with labs
  • One course in programming and problem solving in MATLAB or programming concepts and methodologies for engineers

The following courses are not required for transfer consideration, however the degree cannot be completed in two years without them:

  • Introduction to statistics
  • One course in statics
  • One course in engineering graphics

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Three calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics,
      • electricity and magnetism,
      • waves, optics & modern physics
    • One course in programming concepts and methodology
    • One course in circuit analysis

The following courses are not required for transfer consideration, however the degree cannot be completed in two years without them:

  • Programming Concepts and Methodology II
  • Computer Architecture and Organization
  • Circuit analysis lab

offered jointly with the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0
  • Have a minimum grade of B in each of the required courses below:
    • Two semesters/two quarters of single variable calculus
    • Two semesters/two quarters of calculus-based physics with labs (mechanics, electricity and magnetism)
    • One year of computer programming courses in a single object–language (Python, Java, or C++). Object-oriented programming language courses that do not directly articulate to I&C SCI 31-33 can be used to satisfy the admissions requirements. Introduction to computer science courses do not meet this requirement.
    • One of the following additional approved transferable courses for the major:
      • One course in advanced data structures
      • One course in software engineering
      • One course in discrete mathematics
      • One course in Boolean algebra
      • One course in linear algebra
      • One course in Multivariable Calculus

PLEASE NOTE:

  • The introductory sequence in ICS has moved to Python. The Bren School of ICS strongly encourages all participants to become familiar with this programming language prior to matriculation.
  • C++ and Java are used extensively in the curriculum; therefore, transfer students should plan to learn these programming languages by studying on their own or by completing related programming courses prior to their first quarter at UCI.
  • Additional computer science courses beyond the two required are strongly recommended, particularly those that align with the major(s) of interest.
  • Courses beyond those required for admission may be taken at UCI to fulfill the lower division degree courses; for some transfer students, this may mean it will take longer than two years to complete their degree.
  • Courses in Visual Basic, C, and C# are not approved preparation for this major.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Three calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics,
      • electricity and magnetism,
      • waves, optics & modern physics
    • One course in programming concepts and methodology
    • One course in circuit analysis

The following course is not required for transfer consideration, however the degree cannot be completed in two years without it:

  • Circuit analysis lab

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Two calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics,
      • electricity and magnetism,
    • One year of general chemistry with labs
    • One course in programming and problem solving in MATLAB or programming concepts and methodologies for engineers

The following courses are not required for transfer consideration, however the degree cannot be completed in two years without them:

  • Introduction to statistics
  • Complete one course in statics
  • Complete one course in engineering graphics

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Three calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics,
      • electricity and magnetism,
      • waves, optics & modern physics
  • One year of general chemistry with labs
  • One course in programming and problem solving in MATLAB or programming concepts and methodologies for engineeers

The following courses are not required for transfer consideration, however the degree cannot be completed in two years without them:

  • One course in statics
  • One course in materials science and engineering
  • Circuit Analysis with lab

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Earn a grade of C or better in all listed major-preparation courses below while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the following required courses:
    • One year of single variable calculus
    • One course in multivariable calculus
    • One course in ordinary differential equations
    • One course in linear algebra
    • Three calculus-based physics courses with labs
      • mechanics,
      • electricity and magnetism,
      • waves, optics & modern physics
    • One course in general chemistry with lab
    • One course in programming and problem solving in MATLAB or programming concepts and methodologies for engineers

The following courses are not required for transfer consideration, however the degree cannot be completed in two years without them:

  • One course in statics
  • One course in engineering graphics
  • Circuit Analysis with lab
  • One course in materials science and engineering

School of Humanities

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

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  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php

Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php

Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php

Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php

Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php

Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the UCI Lower Division Writing Requirement

Recommended, but not required for admission:

  • Complete four semesters/six quarters, or a combination thereof, including at least one lower-division course in each of the following four areas: composition, literature, history and philosophy (a course is not required in the area of student’s major). To reach the total number of courses required, additional courses approved for UCI General Education Category IV in Humanities disciplines outside the major can be selected; OR
  • Complete a one-year lower division humanities sequence which deals with problems of concern to the disciplines of history, literature, and philosophy, and which emphasizes the reading and analysis of significant texts
  • Review the two year Language other than English school requirement, and prepare accordingly: www.humanities.uci.edu/undergrad/academics/lang.php
  • Complete other major-applicable courses that can be found at assist.org

Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences

offered jointly with the Paul Merage School of Business

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

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  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0
  • A minimum grade of B in each of the required courses below:
    • Two semesters/two quarters of approved first-year calculus
    • One year of computer programming courses in a single object–language.(Python, Java, or C++) Object-oriented programming language courses that do not directly articulate to I&C SCI 31-33 can be used to satisfy the admissions requirements. Introduction to computer science courses do not meet this requirement.
    • One year of introductory accounting theory and practice equivalent to UCI's Management 30A-B
    • One year of micro- and macro-economic theory equivalent to UCI's Economics 20A-B

Please note:

  • The introductory sequence in ICS has moved to Python. The Bren School of ICS strongly encourages all participants to become familiar with this programming language prior to matriculation. Additional computer science courses beyond the two required are strongly recommended, particularly those that align with the major(s) of interest. Java is used extensively in the curriculum; therefore, transfer students should plan to learn it by studying on their own or by completing a Java-related programming course prior to their first quarter at UCI.
  • Courses in Visual Basic, C, and C# are not approved preparation for this major.

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0
  • A minimum grade of B in required courses below:
    • Two semesters/two quarters of approved first-year calculus
    • One year of computer programming courses in a single object–language (Python, Java, or C++). Object-oriented programming language courses that do not directly articulate to I&C SCI 31-33 can be used to satisfy the admissions requirements. Introduction to computer science courses do not meet this requirement.
    • One of the following additional approved transferable courses for the major:
      • One course in advanced data structures
      • One course in machine organization and assembly language (both topics must be covered)
      • One course in software engineering
      • One course in discrete mathematics
      • One course in Boolean algebra
      • One course in linear algebra

Please note:

  • Additional computer science courses beyond the two required are strongly recommended, particularly those that align with the major of interest. Our first year of object-oriented programming is taught in Python. C++ and Java are used extensively in the curriculum; therefore, transfer students should plan to learn these programming languages by studying on their own or by completing related programming courses prior to their first quarter at UCI.
  • Courses in Visual Basic, C, and C# are not approved preparation for this major.

Offered jointly with The Henry Samueli School of Engineering

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0
  • Have a minimum grade of B in each of the required courses below:
    • Two semesters/two quarters of approved first-year calculus
    • One year of calculus-based physics with labs (mechanics, electricity and magnetism)
    • One year of computer programming courses in a single object–language (Python, Java, or C++). Object-oriented programming language courses that do not directly articulate to I&C SCI 31-33 can be used to satisfy the admissions requirements. Introduction to computer science courses do not meet this requirement.
    • One of the following additional approved transferable courses for the major
      • One course in advanced data structures
      • One course in software engineering
      • One course in discrete mathematics
      • One course in Boolean algebra
      • One course in linear algebra
      • One course in multivariable calculus

Please Note:

  • The introductory sequence in ICS has moved to Python. The Bren School of ICS strongly encourages all participants to become familiar with this programming language prior to matriculation.
  • C++ and Java are used extensively in the curriculum; therefore, transfer students should plan to learn these programming languages by studying on their own or by completing related programming courses prior to their first quarter at UCI.
  • Additional computer science courses beyond the two required are strongly recommended, particularly those that align with the major(s) of interest.
  • Courses beyond those required for admission may be taken at UCI to fulfill the lower division degree courses; for some transfer students, this may mean it will take longer than two years to complete their degree.
  • Courses in Visual Basic, C, and C# are not approved preparation for this major.

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0
  • A minimum grade of B in required courses below:
    • Two semesters/two quarters of approved first-year calculus
    • One course equivalent to Stats 7
    • One year of computer programming courses in a single object–language (Python, Java, or C++). Object-oriented programming language courses that do not directly articulate to I&C SCI 31-33 can be used to satisfy the admissions requirements. Introduction to computer science courses do not meet this requirement.
    • One of the following additional approved transferable courses for the major
      • One course in advanced data structures
      • One course in machine organization and assembly language (both topics must be covered)
      • One course in software engineering
      • One course in discrete mathematics
      • One course in Boolean algebra
      • One course in linear algebra
      • One course in multivariable calculus

Please note:

  • Additional computer science and statistics courses beyond the two required are strongly recommended, particularly those that align with the major of interest. Our first year of object-oriented programming is taught in Python. C++ and R is used extensively in the curriculum; therefore, transfer students should plan to learn it by studying on their own or by completing related programming courses prior to their first quarter at UCI.
  • Courses in Visual Basic, C, and C# are not approved preparation for this major.

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0
  • A minimum grade of B in required courses below:
    • One year of computer programming courses in a single object–language (Python, Java, or C++). Object-oriented programming language courses that do not directly articulate to I&C SCI 31-33 can be used to satisfy the admissions requirements. Introduction to computer science courses do not meet this requirement.

Please note:

  • The introductory sequence in ICS has moved to Python. The Bren School of ICS strongly encourages all participants to become familiar with this programming language prior to matriculation. Additional computer science courses beyond the two required are strongly recommended, particularly those that align with the major(s) of interest. Java is used extensively in the curriculum; therefore, transfer students should plan to learn it by studying on their own or by completing a Java-related programming course prior to their first quarter at UCI.
  • Courses in Visual Basic, C, and C# are not approved preparation for this major.

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • A minimum grade of B in required courses below:
    • One college level math course at a higher level than precalculus; preferably courses equivalent to UCI’s I&CSCI 6B, Statistics 7 or Statistics 67.
    • One year of computer programming courses in a single object–language (Python, Java, or C++). Object-oriented programming language courses that do not directly articulate to I&C SCI 31-33 can be used to satisfy the admissions requirements. Introduction to computer science courses do not meet this requirement.

Please note:

  • Additional computer science courses beyond the two required are strongly recommended, particularly those that align with the major of interest. Our first year of object-oriented programming is taught in Python. Java is used extensively in the curriculum; therefore, transfer students should plan to learn it by studying on their own or by completing related programming courses prior to their first quarter at UCI.
  • Courses in Visual Basic, C, and C# are not approved preparation for this major.

(this major does not participate in the TAG program)

  • Cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0.
  • Complete the following courses with a grade of B or better:
    • Two semesters or two quarters of approved calculus equal to UCI's Math 2A-B. If not available, two semesters equivalent to other major-related math courses are acceptable.
    • One year of computer programming courses in a single object–language (Python, Java, or C++). Object-oriented programming language courses that do not directly articulate to I&C SCI 31-33 can be used to satisfy the admissions requirements. Introduction to computer science courses do not meet this requirement.
    • One of the following additional approved transferable courses for the major
      • One course in advanced data structures
      • One course in machine organization and assembly language (both topics must be covered)
      • One course in software engineering
      • One course in discrete mathematics
      • One course in Boolean algebra
      • One course in linear algebra

Please note:

  • Additional computer science courses beyond the two required are strongly recommended, particularly those that align with the major of interest. Our first year of object-oriented programming is taught in Python. C++ and Java is used extensively in the curriculum; therefore, transfer students should plan to learn it by studying on their own or by completing related programming courses prior to their first quarter at UCI.
  • Courses in Visual Basic, C, and C# are not approved preparation for this major.

Sue and Bill Gross School of Nursing

(this major does not participate in the TAG program or Honors to Honors partnership)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Complete the following courses with a grade of B or better:
    • One year of general chemistry equivalent to UCI's Chemistry 1A/1B/1C
    • One quarter or semester of organic chemistry equivalent to UCI's Chemistry 51A (beginning Fall 2023 will no longer be required for admission)
    • One quarter or semester of biology course with laboratory equivalent to UCI’s BIO SCI 93 (beginning Fall 2023)
    • One quarter or semester of genetics equivalent to UCI's Biological Sciences 97
    • One quarter or semester of biochemistry equivalent to UCI's Biological Sciences 98 (beginning Fall 2023 will no longer be required for admission)
    • One quarter or semester of human physiology equivalent to UCI's Biological Sciences E109
    • One quarter or semester of human physiology lab equivalent to UCI's Biological Sciences E112L
    • One quarter or semester of microbiology equivalent to UCI's Biological Sciences M122
    • One quarter or semester of microbiology lab equivalent to UCI's Biological Sciences M118L
    • One quarter or semester of anatomy with lab equivalent to UCI's Biological Sciences D170
    • One quarter or semester of statistics equivalent to UCI's Statistics 7 or 8
    • One quarter or semester of psychology equivalent to UCI's Psychology 7A or Psychology and Social Behavior 9
    • One quarter or semester of sociology equivalent to UCI's Sociology 1
    • One quarter or semester of philosophy equivalent to UCI's Philosophy 4 or 5
    • One quarter or semester of public health equivalent to UCI's Public Health 1

Please Note:

  • Recommended:
    • One quarter/semester of lifespan/developmental psychology equivalent to UCI’s NURSCI 116
    • One quarter/semester of nutrition equivalent to UCI’s NURSCI 50
    • Completion of prerequisite courses within the last 5 years

School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the following courses with a grade of B or better:
    • One year of general chemistry with laboratory equivalent to UCI's Chemistry 1A/1B/1C and 1LC/1LD
    • One year of organic chemistry with laboratory equivalent to UCI’s Chemistry 51A/51B/51C and 51LB/51LC/51LD
    • One year of general biology courses equivalent to UCI’s Biological Sciences 93 and 94
    • One quarter or semester of genetics equivalent to UCI’s Biological Sciences 97

Please note:

  • To complete the BS degree in two years, transfer students must complete all of the above-listed courses and complete each of the following courses with a B or better:
    • One quarter or semester of biochemistry equivalent to UCI’s Biological Sciences 98
    • One quarter or semester of molecular biology equivalent to UCI’s Biological Sciences 99

School of Physical Sciences

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in required courses below:
    • One year of calculus-based physics with laboratory for physics and engineering majors with a minimum GPA of 3.0
    • One year of single variable calculus with a minimum GPA of 3.0

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in required courses below:
    • One year of general chemistry with laboratory with a grade of B or better in each course
    • One year of single variable calculus

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in required courses below:
    • One year of general chemistry with laboratory (preferred) or one year of calculus-based physics with laboratory
    • One year of single variable calculus or one semester of single-variable calculus and one semester of statistics equivalent to UCI’s STATS 7

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • One course in statistics equivalent to UCI's STATS 7 with a grade of 2.5 or better

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in required courses below:
    • One year of single variable calculus with a minimum B grade in each course

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in required courses below:
    • One year of calculus-based physics with laboratory for physics and engineering majors with a minimum GPA of 3.0
    • One year of single variable calculus with a minimum GPA of 3.0

Program in Public Health

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Have a cumulative minimum GPA of 3.0 in all of the required courses below:
    • One year of articulated social science courses in any combination of the following topics: anthropology, economics, social ecology, sociology, political science and/or psychology

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Have a cumulative minimum GPA of 3.0 in all of the required courses below:
    • One year of general chemistry with laboratory
    • One year of courses equivalent to UCI's Biological Sciences 93 and 94
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School of Social Ecology

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • One course in statistics equivalent to UCI's STATS 7 with a grade of 2.5 or better

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)

Students interested in the study of psychology should be aware that in addition to the Psychological Science, B.A. major offered by The School of Social Ecology, The School of Social Sciences offers majors in the field of Psychology, and the School of Biological Sciences offers a major in Neurobiology.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.8 (3.4 for TAG)

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.8 (3.4 for TAG)

School of Social Sciences

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.8 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the following courses with a grade of B or better:
    • One course in microeconomics
    • One course in macroeconomics
    • Two semesters/two quarters of approved first-year calculus equivalent to UCI's Mathematics 2A-B

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.2 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete courses in calculus equivalent to UCI's MATH 2A and MATH 2B with a grade of B or better
  • Complete courses in psychology equivalent to UCI's PSYCH 9A and PSYCH 9C with grades of B or better. PSYCH 9B to be taken at UCI.
  • Complete three lower division science courses equivalent to UCI's LPS 30, ICS 31, ICS 32, ICS 33, MATH 2D, MATH 3A, MATH 3D, PHYSICS 7C, PHYSICS 7D, or PHYSICS 7E with grades of B or better.

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.8 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the following courses with a grade of B or better:
    • One course in microeconomics
    • One course in macroeconomics
    • Two semesters/two quarters of approved first-year calculus equivalent to UCI's Mathematics 2A-B

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 3.0 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete courses in Psychology equivalent to UCI's PSYCH 9A and PSYCH 9C with a grade of 2.0 or better. PSYCH 9B to be taken at UCI.
  • Complete at least 4 courses in either Calculus (equivalent to UCI's MATH 2A and MATH 2B); Biological Sciences (equivalent to UCI's BIOL 93 and BIOL 94); Chemistry (equivalent to UCI's CHEM 1A, CHEM 1B, CHEM 1C with labs); or Physics (equivalent to PHYS 3A, PHYS 3B, PHYS 3C, with labs) with grades of 2.0 or better

Please note:

  • While not required for transfer consideration, we recommend completing two additional courses from the list above.
  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

Students interested in the study of psychology should be aware that in addition to the Psychology B.S. and Cognitive Science B.S. majors offered by the School of Social Sciences, the School of Social Ecology offers a major in Psychological Sciences, and the School of Biological Sciences offers a major in Neurobiology.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.8 (3.4 for TAG)
  • Complete the following courses with a grade of B or better:
    • One course in microeconomics
    • One course in macroeconomics
    • Two semesters/two quarters of approved first-year calculus equivalent to UCI's Mathematics 2A-B
    • One semester/quarter of approved linear algebra

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.

  • Have a cumulative UC transferable GPA of 2.7 (3.4 for TAG)

Please note:

  • While not a requirement for admission purposes, all School of Social Sciences majors must satisfy a mathematics requirement and a computer education course. For full details, students should refer to www.assist.org, the UCI General Catalogue, or consult with a UCI representative in Admissions or the School of Social Sciences.
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