Yesterday I covered the UC Berkeley transfer stats for engineering majors, and today I am tackling the UCLA numbers.
The charts below cover the mid-range GPAs for transfer students admitted to UCLA for fall 2016 into the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
As I mentioned yesterday you want to ideally get your GPA within the range listed. You can also use the admit rate to determine that major’s competitiveness. The lower the admit rate, the harder it is to get in.
UCLA majors covered are (1) Aerospace Engineering, (2) Chemical Engineering, (3) Civil Engineering, (4) Computer Science and Engineering, (5) Electrical Engineering, (6) Bioengineering, and (7) Mechanical Engineering.
Here are the engineering GPA ranges: