I have a question regarding admission to the Department of Telecommunications in the College of Journalism and Communications.
On the site for this Department it reads "we have a large number of applicants for admission, we are highly selective, and the academic standards of our courses are rigorous."
In the admission requirements page, it reads:
Journalism and Communications is a limited admissions college; all applicants will be considered on a space-available basis. A grade point average of 3.0 (on all work attempted) and 60 hours of acceptable credit are required for admission at the junior year. Students should have completed the university's general education requirement.
The following four courses are required in order to be admitted:
AMH2010 American History to 1877
AMH2020 American History since 1877
POS2041 American Federal Government
POS2112 State/Local Government or CPO2001 Comparative Politics or INR2001 International Relations or PSY2012 General Psychology (only accepted for Advertising or Public Relations majors)
ECO2013 or ECO2023 Macroeconomics or Microeconomics (required to transfer for Advertising majors only -- required for graduation by all Journalism & Communications majors).
My question: Is all you have to do to be admitted into the Department of Telecommunication is to complete what was mentioned above?
More info on these sites:
Admission Requirements - College of Journalism and Communications
Academic Programs - Telecommunication - College of Journalism and Communications