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Transfers: Am I On the Right Track?

By September 9, 2013September 10th, 2013One Comment

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If you would like to attend USC, we want to help you get here. More than 20% of the Viterbi

School of Engineering’s incoming class are transfer students and this is a great way to end up attending USC.  Transferring to USC is much simpler than you think. Let’s take a look at what you need to know about the transfer process here at USC.

The basics of it are as follows:

  1. Check out our Transfer Planning Guides and/or Articulation Histories with other colleges around the country and figure out where you are going to attend for Fall 2013
  2. We recommend that you enroll in the following courses during the 2013-2014 academic year:
  • Calculus II
  • 2 Lab Based Sciences,
  • The USC Writing requirement equivalent,
  • A few GE equivalents
  1. Get good grades (As and Bs) throughout all classes
  2. Apply as a transfer student for Fall 2014
  3. As a transfer applicant you will be evaluated on your college coursework – not on your previous high school career (such as your high school grades, ACT or SAT, scores, etc.).

Let us help!

You shouldn’t have to figure this out on your own.  Feel free to contact us to discuss which courses you can enroll in this fall.  Any of our admission counselors will be happy to help you figure your personal plan for transferring.

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