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Transferring into Texas A&M?

DakStupidGeniusDakStupidGenius Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
Im currently a sophomore at UIUC's College of Business but want to transfer to Texas A&M's College of Architecture. I'm interested in the Visualization major that A&M has but they require that I must at least have taken some classes related to the major before in order to transfer into that area. However, UIUC barely have any classes that are equivalent to the courses needed for Visualization, and even then I would need to at least be pursuing a major in their College of Fine and Applied Arts.
I'm wondering if I should transfer within my current school first or would it be better to transfer to A&M's business school for a semester before trying to transfer to the College of Architecture?
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