Fall 2006 Update
Admission and Change of Major to Pre-Business
Qualified high school, college transfer students, and international students interested in majoring in business should apply first as a pre-business major. For specific admission requirements, consult the University
Admission . For admission information and an application, contact the Office of Admissions at 713-743-1010 or check the website at www.uh.edu/enroll/admis.
UH students who have completed 15-60 semester hours of college level work at UH or other schools must have a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average on all college course work to become a pre-business major. UH students who have completed 60 or more semester hours of college level work at UH or other schools must have a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average on the last 60 semester hours to become a pre-business major. The computation of the grade point average over the last 60 semester hours will include all grades for the semester in which the 60th hour occurs. Students on probation or suspension are not eligible to change their majors to business. Students who have submitted transcripts of all completed college work to the University of Houston may submit a change of major request on the Bauer website: www.bauer.uh.edu.
Enrollment by non-business majors and pre-business degree seeking students in 3000-level business courses is limited to a maximum of 15 semester credit hours, including all courses attempted
(with W's, I's, F's, and passing grades) and courses
Enrollment in 4000-level business courses is limited to degree seeking students who are business majors with a degree plan on file and a declared concentration; and to students officially admitted into business-related programs (such as business minors, and students in the computer science-business option, the professional selling program, and exchange programs) who are taking these courses to meet specified requirements for these business-related programs.
Postbaccalaureate students are not eligible to take undergraduate business courses except at the 5000-level, and may not pursue an undergraduate degree in business in the Bauer College of Business.
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