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Haas Undergraduate Program Self-reported Academic Record

All students should review our web site at haas.berkeley.edu/Undergrad prior to filling out this form. All admission requirements must be completed by the end of the Spring term prior to starting at the Haas School of Business. Students with credit from AP, IB and A Level exams should review the exam credit summary on our web site to determine how exams may be applied to admission requirements.

PREREQUISITES Courses listed in italics are UC Berkeley courses. California community college students should visit www.assist.org for course numbers. If you took more than one class that would fulfill one requirement, record the first course taken.
Department and Course Number Principles of Business (UGBA 10 at UCB) Calculus (Math 16A or 1A at UCB)* Calculus (Math 16B or 1B at UCB)* Economic Principles:
Courses in micro and macro economics. (Econ 1 at UCB) Transfer students may need to take a 2 course sequence to fulfill this requirement.

Grade

Statistics (Stat 20, 21 or 25 at UCB) English/Reading and Composition


(English R1A or equivalent at UCB)

English/Reading and Composition


(English R1B or equivalent at UCB)

English/Reading and Composition (Additional courses required


at some colleges, but not of UCB students) Note: Either Math 53 or Math 54 alone will fulfill both semesters of calculus.

BREADTH
Although breadth is not required for admission, students are encouraged to spread breadth coursework over 4 years.

Please visit the College of Letters and Science web site (http://ls-advise.berkeley.edu/requirement/7breadth.html) for a list of approved courses. Prerequisites, business courses and micro/macro economics cannot be used for breadth.
Description Arts and Literature Biological Science Historical Studies International Studies Philosophy and Values Physical Science Social & Behavioral Department and Course Number Units Grade

FOREIGN LANGUAGE The foreign language requirement must be satisfied in one of the ways listed below. Indicate the language of study in the box corresponding to the means by which you completed the requirement.
Language 3 years of one high school foreign language 2nd semester college level foreign language Exam: Score: A minimum of 60 semester or 90 quarter units must be completed by the end of the spring term prior to starting at the Haas School.

Haas Undergraduate Program Course Planning for Admission Requirements Please visit the Haas Undergraduate Program web site at: http://www.haas.berkeley.edu/Undergrad/ for detailed information about admission requirements and application procedures. Transfer applicants should also review www.assist.org. Students typically apply during the fall term of their sophomore year. Each semester during their freshman and sophomore years students are advised to take the following pattern of courses (UC Berkeley courses are listed in italics): 1. One or Two of the following prerequisites:
Principles of Business (UGBA 10 at UCB) 1st Semester Calculus* (Math 16A or Math 1A at UCB) 2nd Semester Calculus* (Math 16B or Math 1B at UCB) Statistics (Stat 20, 21 or 25 at UCB) Economics (Econ 1 at UCB)
Note: Either Math 53 or Math 54 alone will fulfill both semesters of calculus.

2. One of the remaining prerequisites:


English Reading & Composition (English 1A or equivalent at UCB) English Reading & Composition (English 1B or equivalent at UCB)

3. Breadth Course(s) Although breadth is not required for admission, students are encouraged to spread breadth coursework over 4 years.. The foreign language requirement may be fulfilled in one of several ways. Please visit the Haas web site for additional information. The Haas Undergraduate Program accepts exam credit to fulfill some of the admission requirements. Please visit the Haas web site for a list of approved exams.

Haas Undergraduate Program S450 Student Services Building #1900 Berkeley, CA 94720-1900 510-642-1421 www.haas.berkeley.edu/Undergrad Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday Friday 9:00 am 4:00 pm and Tuesday 10:00 am 4:00 pm No appointment necessary