Uc Davis Tag Agreement
For more information on some of the courses required to be admitted to majors, visit the UC Davis Admissions Page: www.ucdavis.edu/admissions/transfer/major-requirements-college-engineering The UC Davis Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) is a written agreement that guarantees admission to UC Davis in a particular major of each California Community College (CCC). If you submit a partial IGETC, it should not miss more than two requirements. You have one year to meet your missing requirements at UC Davis, and you must notify the Engineering and Graduate Board if you feel you have met the missing requirements. You can do this by sending firstname.lastname@example.org by email. Complete all remaining course and AMP requirements, as described in the TAG agreement. 5. Have completed all transfer authorization courses and amp requirements for the major project (details are available www.ucdavis.edu/admissions/transfer/major-requirements-college-engineering). For students who have not completed all transfer admission requirements at their former university, they must acquire a GPA of 2.0 or more in those remaining courses at UC Davis and receive a C or better in each of these courses. Mechanical construction and biomedical technology require an amp of 2.8 or more. Disclaimer: The following list includes credit transfer agreements between Community Colleges in the State of California and UC Davis College of Engineering. This page can only be used as a directive. More detailed and specific information about your needs is available from your facility`s transfer advisor, contact ASSIST or contact the engineering office at (530) 752-1979. Students with a day in marine and coastal science are cautioned to carefully choose the appropriate major and college on the UC application that matches your approved tag.
. November 1-30: Please submit your application for admission from the UC: day applications are now due on October 15, but they can only apply for a DAY on a campus. To keep your options open, apply during the regular application cycle (Nov.