Posted on Sep 13, 2019
My opinion is that the field of your degree has little impact on getting into OCS, you just have to have one. I have a degree in Journalism, commissioned Infantry and branch transferred to the Engineers. The rest of the packet and how you present yourself to the board will be the telling factor. The Army puts more faith in the ASVAB than it does in a BA.
Degree type means absolutely nothing. Your GPA is competitive. There's numerous factors that go into it, and the interview is a big one. The fact that you are on here, reaching out as a civilian shows that you are not casually pursuing this. Thats an indicator of your personality. How you present yourself at that interview is more important than the degree. That just gets you in the door. The scripted questions are out there. Google OCS interview questions.
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