Students need to meet with their current home school advising office to discuss the process. Students can then complete the online application, and committee of Wharton administrators will meet to discuss each applicant.
Once the decisions have been made, all students will be notified via email. Please note that all decisions are final.
No. The admissions committee will not review letters of recommendation.
Students can take required courses over the summer as long as those courses are completed prior to applying for entry into Wharton. This means that students applying in the spring for the fall term entry cannot take required courses in the summer after their application has been submitted.
Students cannot take any business courses at another university to fulfill the requirements.
Transfer credit for ECON or MATH from another university is subject to approval by the respective Penn department. Upon satisfactory review, the home school will post the credit. If transfer credits are not posted by the application deadline, the application will not be considered.
If you have received an AP or IB course waiver or credit or a transfer credit for a required course, you do not need to retake those courses. Course waivers, transfer credit, and AP/IB credit must appear on the student’s transcript before the application is submitted. Applications that do not have updated waiver, transfer credit, or AP/IB documentation will not be considered.
Students who have taken STAT 111 in the College fulfill the STAT 101 requirement for admission, but they must take STAT 102 and one additional upper-level statistics course of their choosing to fulfill the Business Fundamentals requirement for statistics.
Students who have completed MATH 114 are eligible to take STAT 430 and 431 for the Business Fundamentals sequence instead of STAT 102 and another higher-level statistics course.
Yes, students who have completed MATH 114 are eligible to take STAT 430 and 431 for the Business Fundamentals sequence instead of STAT 102 and another higher-level statistics course.
A student who has an incomplete grade because he/she needs to take a make-up exam at the start of the following semester is permitted to apply. Should this student be accepted, there will be contingencies on the acceptance such as a minimum final grade in the course and a cumulative GPA that remains above the required minimum. All contingencies will be detailed in the email notifying the student of his/her admissions decision.
If you have been subject to disciplinary action from OSC, you are still permitted to apply for internal transfer or a dual degree; However, you should explain the situation in your response to the disciplinary action question on the application. The committee will carefully consider your answer.
You will need to submit an application to Wharton in addition to your HCM, M&T, or LSM application. You should apply to Wharton as if this was your only dual-degree application. If you are not accepted by HCM, M&T, or LSM, Wharton will then consider your application.
How do I know what classes to register for next semester if I don't know whether I have been accepted yet?
This is a matter that you should discuss one-on-one with an advisor in your home school.
The number of seats available varies each semester depending on our current student enrollment.
Students who apply at the end of the spring semester (rising sophomores) can expect to hear a decision by late July.
Students who apply in the middle of their sophomore year can expect to hear a decision in early January after their grades have been posted and before the start of the semester.
All accepted students must enroll in WH 101 in the fall semester immediately following their acceptance. Admitted rising sophomores must complete BEPP 250 or ECON 101 by the end of their sophomore year.
Yes, as long as you meet the requirements.