I can't speak for UCLA, but for Cal, CCC transfers have a higher acceptance rate than the overall acceptance rate. Any GPA from 3.7 - 4.0 is competitive; a 3.93 sounds like you got 1 B, it's not likely going to be an issue. Neither will the W. The essay and EC's obviously play a part that makes it impossible to judge; but GPA wise and transfer student wise you're good. I was also a CCC student, and transferred with a 3.91 that included 2W's. Getting accepted to Cal is the first part, you'll still need to be accepted by the College of L&S. You declare Econ your first semester, enroll in either an intermediate macro or micro class and a stat class, then submit your application. When the semester's over they let you know. As a capped major, you'll need to have a 3.0 in the micro, macro, calc 1&2 classes taken at your CC (no prob), and then a 2.7 (B-) in the two classes at CAL (not each, just overall). According to the Econ application, the average GPA of those accepted is 3.34. This may seem low, but the stat course tends to be the GPA killer. They're full of prospective business and econ majors competing to get into capped majors. This is not helped by a rather stiff curve (about 40% get C's). Not bad news, just some sobriety. Good luck.