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ASU application and Major Selection

mrdtt18mrdtt18 Registered User Posts: 32 Junior Member
edited January 2010 in Arizona State University
When I submitted my application, I selected Biochemistry as my 1st choice and Biological Sciences as my second choice. Is it still possible for me to change my second choice to Global Business?

Thanks!!
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Replies to: ASU application and Major Selection

  • emerlusemerlus Registered User Posts: 140 Junior Member
    I don't think it is, but you can always change your major once accepted. I was accepted as a history major and changed to an econ major before I even started school. Lots of people, maybe even most, change majors. If you do feel you need to change it now, however, you can try calling...just not sure how successful that'll be.
  • tbsnmbctbsnmbc Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
    ASU doesn't offer a major in Global Business, we have global health, global studies, and an international business certificate(but you can't do that until you'd been attending for at least a semester), once you're accepted you can change your major easily. Although, I think you have a better chance applying in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences which houses both of those majors, the W.P. Carey School of Business has higher admission standards than the rest of the university. CLAS might too, but I don't really know. I do know that W.P. Carey does though.
  • christalena2christalena2 Registered User Posts: 1,667 Senior Member
    There is a Global Agribusiness major on the Polytechnic Campus. You could also get the International Business Certificate as a business major, which is something I am pursuing.
  • christalena2christalena2 Registered User Posts: 1,667 Senior Member
    Turns out WP Carey is offering a new program which is Bachelors of Arts in Business with a concentration in Global Politics. This is probably the closest to Global Business.
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