Getting into CAS then gain entrance to wharton?

<p>Hi, </p>

<p>I have a friend who got into Penn (CAS). But this year he got entrance to
wharton which allows him to take business studies. (No, he said that he was
not good enough to transfer - there were only 3 people who got to transfer).
So now he is qualified to major in engineering from CAS and business-consulting
from wharton? He did mention that he had a tougher graduation/major requirement than those who got in the Wharton from the get go, or were admitted transfer. Can anyone go more in depth on this?</p>

<p>The reason I'm asking this is because my GPA is a wreck (top 10%) and my
school is basically the best science school in the state.</p>

<p>Thanks in advance!</p>

<p>Applying to CAS and then hoping to transfer to Wharton is a terrible idea. Also, CAS doesn't do engineering, SEAS does, and consulting isn't a concentration in Wharton. The only ways to get into Wharton are freshman admission, internal transfers (done only on GPA), or transfer from another university. There's no hidden back door that gets you in with less effort than anyone else. You should do more research.</p>