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I got Leeds school of business last year with like a 24 on the math ACT and a 640 on the math SAT section. I first applied open option and got in then i wanted to switch to busniess at the last second and they said my chances were very slim, but i got in. I dont even know what my gpa was, maybe a 3.3 or 3.5
it's a lot easier to be accepted into CU as a business student than it is to transfer into the business school once you're there. I have friends who have done it and it's difficult in the sense that you need a very good GPA to get in. Best thing to do is just call them up and ask.
i'm a senior at CU in the business school (in finance) so if you have questions about anything PM me and i'll try and help ya out
I just made the transfer into business, and will start in leeds next semester as a sophomore. It was a MAJOR pain in the ass, especially as i transferred in from engineering. Its damn easy to be accepted into business as a freshman but the transfer really sucks. You need a 3.3 overall gpa when you submit your application, completion of macroeconomics and microeconomics with a B-, completion of calculus and a finite math credit (i aced calc 1 for engineers and they still made me take a finite math placement test), and an excel assessment test. Shit im still not sure if i missed anything. I had to take summer classes to get this all done in time because you need this all completed when you submit your application the semester before you plan to be in the business school. So, be sure you want to be in the business school and you'll have a much easier time transferring in if your already in an easier major, good luck.
take all the pre-requisites (they take about a year) and you need to pass all of them with a B- or better (while taking other classes too, you dont need a B- in but you need to keep your overall GPA above 3), after that you then transfer and it takes you a semester before you find out, so the soonest you can get in(which I JUST did) is the 2nd semester of your sophomore year....yeah its kind of a bitch, but wat ever