workload/difficulty of Haas School (Undergrad)

<p>How is the workload/difficulty of the Haas School of Business compared to other programs, such as Wharton, Marshall, AEM, Ross?</p>

<p>In general, business classes are easy. There's not too much work. It's not as competitive as people say. The average admit has a 3.6 GPA going in, which isn't too extraordinary and the classes are very common sense based.</p>

<p>Finance is the "hardest" type of business class.</p>

<p>Getting into Haas is the hardest part--people who are in Haas say that the upper-div Haas classes they take are very, very easy.</p>

<p>^Yup. Getting in is the hardest. I'm not in Haas, but I took an upper div. class and a good grade came out of nowhere. I thought I was doing horrible in the class but then BAM good grade.</p>

<p>Getting in isn't even that hard. The prereqs are pretty easy if you have a working brain cell. And statistics 21 is pretty easy with the right professor.</p>

<p>It's definitely not like engineering or the hard sciences.</p>

<p>how hard is it for a non-haas to take business classes (accounting classes) under haas? Are they given lower priority?</p>

<p>Who would you say is the right prof. for Stats 21? I'm deciding whether to take that class either in fall/spring semester next school year.</p>