If your school does not offer Haas admission requirements you should find a school in your area that offers the course(s).
If you do not complete the required courses by the end of the Spring term prior to your anticipated start at Haas, you will be ineligible for admission.
SAT Subject Tests are not required, but the university recommends that students applying to the College of Engineering and College of Chemistry submit scores from the Math Level 2 and a science Subject Test.
Berkeley does not superscore the SAT exam, so they will consider your highest combined score from a single test date. For the entering class of 2018-19, 47% submitted ACT scores.
Our office is located in room S450 at the Haas School of Business and our telephone number is 510-642-1421.
Yearly tuition is about ,000 for California residents per year and about ,000 for out-of-state residents.This is according to California’s Master Plan for Higher Education, the University of California Office of the President and the UC Berkeley faculty.International students interested in the business major typically complete Haas admission requirements at a California Community College and apply for transfer from that institution. Haas requires all applicants to take English Reading and Composition courses rather than English proficiency exams for admission.The Haas Undergraduate Program rarely admits students directly from international institutions.Transfer admissions priority is given to students who are US citizens, California residents, and are transferring from a California community college.Transfer applicants from 4-year colleges should follow the transfer admission requirements and application procedures outlined on our website.Haas only has transfer agreements with California Community Colleges and unfortunately cannot pre-approve coursework for other schools.Our office is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am – 4pm and Tuesday from 10am – 4pm (closed for lunch pm-pm).There is no need to schedule an appointment as we will always have an advisor available to assist you during these times.If you received a D or lower in a prerequisite the course must be repeated until you receive at least a C-.The D will still be considered because it is your first attempt.