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Can I apply for transfer admission if I haven’t completed all the recommended coursework?

Yes. However, at the very least, you should have one year of calculus (or higher level of math, whichever meets your ability level) and calculus-based physics. It’s rare that an applicant is admitted without calculus and physics at the college level. Depending on your major, you may have covered more ground in one science discipline or another, or you may have more engineering than science courses. Fortunately, each decision is made on a case-by-case basis and depends on your course of study and institutional offerings.

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