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degree track for transfer

azim13azim13 Registered User Posts: 169 Junior Member
edited December 2009 in Texas A&M University
Hi, I'm currently attending a community college, and I am considering a transfer to a&m as well as some other schools. But anyways, I want to transfer to Mays Business School. I was wondering if I had to follow the degree track class for class? Like what if I don't end up taking one of the classes or something like that. Also, does anyone know the average gpa that gets admitted into the business school? Thanks
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Replies to: degree track for transfer

  • famoussas668famoussas668 Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
    This should answer most of your questions,
    Undergraduate Program at Mays Business School

    And I've heard more than 75 people apply with a 4.0 gpa, so I think you would need something pretty close to it to even be considered.
  • azim13azim13 Registered User Posts: 169 Junior Member
    hmm thanks, i'm also considering UT and i was hoping that a&m would be a little easier to get into lol. At least for UT you don't have to take 27 hours of classes to even be considered. Also, when it says that summer admission is recommended, that means you start at summer and continue to take classes in the fall and spring or is it just summer only?
  • klparker312klparker312 Registered User Posts: 970 Member
    they want you to start in summer and prove yourself. You would continue on in fall.
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