Hello, this fall I will be applying to 4 CSU's (Sacramento State, San Jose State, San Diego State, and Cal Poly SLO) and 7 UC's (Santa Cruz, Irvine, Santa Barbara, Davis, San Diego, and LA). My grades are not the best, my weighted GPA is a 3.9 unweighted, 3.5 from 7 AP and 4 Honors. However my test scores seem to be pretty okay, 1480 SAT and 32 ACT. I have been heavily involved in extracurricular with tons of community service, volunteering, and charity work. I want to pursue a career in either engineering or business/economics (unsure what type of engineering). From those of you speaking from experience what majors do you recommend I apply for in order to increase my chances of admissions and is there any specific outlier that likely will prevent me from getting admission. Also, I have been interested at taking the community college route, if I don't get into the schools that I really want to. Please speak from your own personal experience, as the more I talk to people I hear completely different opinions and end results, from overqualified students being rejected, to under qualified students being accepted. I would greatly appreciate it if you would notify me of a major within engineering or economics/business which is easiest to get into. Thank you for your help.