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UC-M classes?

emprexemprex Registered User Posts: 721 Member
edited August 2012 in UC Transfers
I'm applying to UCD, UCSB, and UCR. For UCD I can have math classes done by Spring so I am not worried. For UCR and UCSB, the matrix says to have UC-M classes finished by Fall 2012 for F2013 TAG.

Here is the exact quote
Complete the required courses in English composition (two courses designated as UC-E on the UC-Transferable Course
Agreement) and mathematics (one course designated as UC-M on the UC-Transferable Course Agreement) with C grades or
better by the end of fall 2012 for fall 2013 admission.

On my TAG application it says UC Area 'M' for Statistics and a College Algebra class I took well over a year ago. Does this mean these two qualify for this requirement? UCSB also says I have to have one stats class and one calc class for admission to this major on Assist. It doesn't state if I have to have it done by Fall 2012 though so does this mean I can take calc SP2013? Last question, worst case scenario that I don't meed these requirements for TAG, can I still apply for normal admission w/o tag? My counselor is out of contact until Sep 13 and I've emailed both UCR/UCSB asking and they seem to be pretty busy as I haven't had any email back in about a week. Thank you in advance for any help.
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Replies to: UC-M classes?

  • larinagalarinaga Registered User Posts: 556 Member
    Just to be clear, you can TAG to only ONE UC.

    You've completed your minimum math requirement for admission to the UCs. You need to complete a Calculus course by the end of the Spring 13 (you'll input it as "Planned" for your TAG) for admission into UCSB's Econ/Accounting major (sounds like you're applying to it) in order to be considered for the major.

    Yes, you can still apply as a non-TAG applicant in November.
  • emprexemprex Registered User Posts: 721 Member
    Thank you! I haven't decided which one I will TAG to but was factoring in the pre-reqs for the decision. Thanks again.
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