All Business 1 Students Must Complete Program Selection to Enter Level II

| April 4, 2019
Submitted by Alexis Norvack for Student Experience - Academic (BCom)

All Business 1 Students Must Complete Program Selection to Enter Level II

As Business 1 students enter a “new” program when they enter Commerce II, students must select these programs in order to be assessed for progression in Mosaic.

Business 1 students must use the Program Selection Tool in Mosaic to indicate their preferred choice of Level II programs. To find the Program Selection tool in Mosaic, search Student Centre > My Academics > Program/Plan Application. The Level II Program selection dates April 8 – April 26.

Business 1 students must select “Business Honours Commerce” as their first choice in the program selection tool. This is the code for Commerce II.

If you are interested in transferring out of Business and into a different program at McMaster, ensure that you review the admission requirements for your programs of interest in the Undergraduate Calendar.

Plan your choices carefully. If you are not admitted to your first choice, you will be evaluated for your second choice, etc. Students will only be admitted to the highest ranked program for which they are eligible.

Admission decisions will be available in early June and may be found by viewing the My Academics page, from the Student Centre.

Have questions about this process? Email from your McMaster email with your full name and student number.


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