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In your case, you will be looked at first as a freshman
applicant, which means that we will not take into consideration the major that you choose as part of our evaluation. Should you not be accepted as a freshman, then the college that houses the major you choose will be the one deciding on your admission into the program. Part of that evaluation process is to see whether
or not you have met the necessary prerequisites.
You are looked at as a freshman applicant first, so only if you are not competitive with the rest of the freshmen applicants will you go on to be looked at as a transfer. If you are missing prerequisites that your college/major cannot overlook for whatever reason, then it will be that colleges/majors responsibility to decide on whether or not to admit you.