<p>How’s the economics program in davis? I got accepted there and I’m currently considering it!</p>
<p>I'm not exactly sure how the program is.... but a LOT of my friends are managerial economics major students there. And it doesn't seem as easy as I thought it would be?</p>
<p>But if you're talking about whether it's a good program, I can't help you there. :X Sorry!</p>
<p>UCD is great for both managerial economics and economics. Managerial economics is harder to get into and requires 180 units for the major as opposed to only 61-64 units for economics.</p>
<p>I would like to hear about the managerial economics from anyone.I'm looking to transfer next year to davis.</p>
<p>Oh wow 3x more units?!? >.< BRING IT!</p>
<p>41-44 of the 180 units for Managerial Economics are unrestricted though. So this means you can minor, take other classes, or even double major if you plan your schedule out correctly. </p>
<p>Dam Its Johnny, what sort of information would you like? I'm not a Man.Econ major, but I have friends who are in that major, so I might be able to help you out.</p>
<p>i am admitted under econ major
how hard is it to tranfer from economics ( which is in letters/science school) to managerial econ ( under some agricultural/ environmental school)??
the wesbite said major requests happen after one quarter but does that include changes in major from different schools???
<p>Yes it should be pretty easy to change.
Agricultural</a> & Resource Economics at UC Davis</p>
<p>You first have to complete two math courses, one statistics course, and two economics courses. So unless you have outside units, it should take two quarters before you can change majors.</p>
<p>thank you for your help...just few more questions
i have credit for math 16a ( from 5 on AP CALC AB test)
stats 13 credit and econ 1 b credit ( from upcoming ap exam hopefully)</p>
<p>SO i just need to take math 16b and econ 1 a credit....i can do this in 1 quater and transwer right?
do I need to take courses for which i already got AP exam credit?( or how do they factor my ap exam credit into 2.80 gpa required for pre-major status?)</p>
<p>I'm not too sure about this. But I'm willing to bet that if you go see your major adviser after a quarter and show him/her your transferred units as well as the first quarter classes, you'll be able to switch easily.</p>