<p>Hello. I'm curretly attending Santa Monica College and I'm applying to UCs this fall.
I'm planning to apply to UC Berkeley as a philosophy major but to UCLA and UCSD as a
political science major :) My GPA so far is 3.8 and I don't think it will change dramatically 'till I apply this fall. So, basically I'm applying to those schools with 3.8 GPA.
(I know for UCs we only can write one essay even though we apply to different UCs with different major..but I think I can handle it..)</p>
<p>My question here is, none of the pre-reqs for Berkeley's philosophy major is offered @ my college. Would that mean I don't have to take any of philosophy classes? I mean..if I was going to apply to UCLA as a philosophy major as well, then I would've taken like 3-4 courses in philosophy, but so far I only completed UCLA's political science pre-reqs.</p>
<p>So..I'm planning to take 2 philosophy classes in fall and 1 in winter and another 1 in spring, so it will become total of 4 classes of philosophy courses. Would that be ENOUGH for Berkeley's philosophy major? PLEASE HELP! :) ANY HELP WILL BE APPRECIATED!</p>
<p>And do you think I would have chances of getting into Berkeley as a philosophy major
and UCLA as a political science major? (I'm a California resident)</p>
<p>Excuse me for my bad English grammar..haha. I'm not a native English speaker.
PLEASE HELP ME OUT HERE :)</p>