Prospective/Admitted Transfer Students
Transfer Students - Admitted as Managerial Economics Majors
Advising & Orientation
Newly admitted transfer students should attend Transfer Orientation in August. Peer Advisors are available for drop-in appointments during the week.
Recommended 3-quarter academic plan for the first year
- Students should seek advising regularly to develop an updated academic plan and for proper sequencing of classes.
- Prerequisites in upper division ARE courses are strictly enforced. The department reserves the right to drop students from any ARE class if all prerequisites have not been successfully completed.
- All upper division core and restricted electives to fulfill major requirements must be taken for a letter grade. Passed/Not Passed (P/NP) grading will not be accepted.
Provided the preparatory course work has been completed prior to fall quarter, this typical 3-quarter plan is recommended:
|Fall Quarter||Winter Quarter||Spring Quarter|
|ARE 100A (not ECN 100A)||ARE 100B||ARE 106|
|ARE 1XX (restricted elective)||STA 103||ARE 1XX (restricted elective)|
Elective = units toward degree requirements, possibly minor or general education classes.
Students not yet declared in the Managerial Economics major
- Students may not change majors until after successfully completing at least one quarter at UC Davis (must be in good academic standing).
- The first step to changing majors is to meet with a Managerial Economics Peer Advisor to develop an academic study plan (no appointment needed; see their schedule on Advising page).
- Students in good academic standing may submit a Change of Major petition online in OASIS:
- Logon with your UCD LoginID and Kerberos password.
- Click the “Forms & Petitions” tab, then “Submit a New Form.”
- Complete and submit both the Change of Major petition and Academic Plan. Change of Major petitions not accompanied by online academic plans will not be approved.
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