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Change Majors to Wharton?

goodschoolboundgoodschoolbound Registered User Posts: 18 Junior Member
Is it hard to switch majors into Wharton? This is if you apply as another major or undecided because I know Penn is known for their business program and is much more selective than other divisions in Penn.

Replies to: Change Majors to Wharton?

  • MorningsiderMorningsider Registered User Posts: 89 Junior Member
    It is possible for a Penn undergrad to internally transfer into Wharton, but it's very competitive. See https://undergrad-inside.wharton.upenn.edu/internal-transfer/
  • Penn95Penn95 Registered User Posts: 2,361 Senior Member
    edited May 13
    @goodschoolbound it is more selective, but not MUCH more selective than other divisions at Penn. I always compare it to the difference in selectivity between Harvard vs Princeton for example. It is there but not a huge.
    Internal transfer is competitive, but not extremely so. If you have a 3.4-3.5+ GPA freshman year and demonstrated interest in business then you have a good chance. Many people are successful in doing so.
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