Is it difficult to transfer from Viterbi to Marhshall?

<p>I originally applied to Viterbi, and I put Chemical Engineering as my major. However, I've realized that there is a possibility that I'm going to switch my major to business/accounting. I'm still not sure yet, but I want to know how difficult it is. Thank you!</p>

<p>As long as you do well in the pre reqs for Marshall and fill out their application to transfer internally you should have a great chance.</p>

<p>What are the pre reqs? If I decide to transfer, I want to transfer to Marshall after my Freshman year (or possibly after the fall term of Freshman year), what classes should I take? Must I take Writ 140 first? Because I don't plan on taking Writ 140 in my Freshman year. (No more space!)</p>

<p>Thank you!</p>

<p>here is the link to the info for transferring internally into Marshall: USC</a> Marshall Undergraduate Program Admissions Internal Major Applicant</p>

<p>You will need to have writing 140 done or in progress when you apply.</p>

<p>If you want, I believe you can still change your major within the first 3 weeks of school. Talk to your counselor.</p>

<p>can I start taking the pre reqs in the fall term of my Freshman year? is it a bit too early?</p>

<p>Yes. If you are serious about Marshall. I would start right away.</p>

<p>How about transfering to marshall to viterbi?
Im not sure how it works but I got admitted into marshall but im interested in the CSBA dual degree which is more computer heavy than business, and is administered by viterbi</p>

<p>It looks like the CSBA is a joint program with Marshall and Viterbi. Here is the info:
USC</a> Catalogue: The Schools: USC Viterbi School of Engineering: Computer Science: Bachelor of Science</p>

<p>I would suggest making an appointment or emailing someone at Marshall and asking them how you go about doing this. I would also inquire at orientation as well if you have not gone yet..</p>

<p>^ thanks my marshall advisor asked me to contact viterbi and Im working with someone there now</p>

<p>Great! Thanks for the update!</p>

<p>I already contacted an advisor at Marshall but she told me to contact the admission office of Marshall instead, so yesterday I already sent the office an email but no response has been made yet :(</p>

<p>I think itd be better just to call them</p>

<p>On the website I found out that only about 50% of the internal transfer were admitted last year X_X It seems hard. I wonder what I should do if I can't transfer to Marshall successfully....</p>