What are non-impacted majors?

What are non-impacted majors?

Non-Impacted Majors

  • American Multicultural Studies. American Multicultural Studies – Africana Studies.
  • Anthropology.
  • Art History.
  • Art Studio.
  • Biochemistry.
  • Chemistry. Chemistry (BA) Chemistry (BS)
  • Chicano and Latino Studies.
  • Computer Science.

Does Cal Poly SLO send acceptance letters?

RD Date: Cal Poly SLO has announced that all applicants will be notified of their admission status by April 1. SLO states you will have a decision by April. Last year a few International applicants heard in January.

What are the requirements for Cal Poly?

Students that get into Cal Poly have an average SAT score between 1240-1440 or an average ACT score of 26-32. The regular admissions application deadline for Cal Poly is December 4.

Is public health a STEM major?

Infectious diseases public health is most definitely STEM. Agreed with some other comments that public health is more of a broad field and it depends on the kind of work/methods. Epidemiology/Biostatistics are definitely STEM, Behavioral Sciences, General MPH, Health Policy and Management will not.

Is kinesiology an impacted major?

The Kinesiology major is an impacted program. This major is authorized to use supplementary admission criteria to screen applications.

Is Cal Poly Pomona impacted?

Cal Poly Pomona is impacted by major: Applicants transferring from local area colleges are required to meet the minimum CSU eligibility requirements only; 60 semester (90 quarter) units, “Golden Four,” and a minimum GPA of 2.0.

What majors are impacted at Cal Poly SLO?

The following majors are impacted, but do not have supplemental requirements: Animal Health Science, Animal Science (General), Animal Science (Pre-Vet), Accounting, Architecture, Communication, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer Science, General Kinesiology, Physics, Environmental Biology.

Is it hard to switch majors at Cal Poly SLO?

All majors at Cal Poly are impacted, and it may be difficult to change majors despite students’ best efforts. This is likely to be a greater challenge for upper-division students (more than 90 units completed), including transfer students, who have fewer remaining degree requirements.