All Business 1 Students Must Complete The Program Selection Tool

| April 1, 2021 (LIVE)
Submitted by Alexis Maynard for Student Experience

Important Notice

For the latest information and updates about McMaster's response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) please visit the McMaster COVID-19 site.

The Program Selection Tool is now open on Mosaic and must be completed between April 6-30.

If you’re a Business 1 student and you want to continue into Level II Commerce, you must select “Business Honours Commerce” as your first choice on the Program Selection Tool.
(This is the formal name for the second year, or Level II, of the Commerce program.)

If you’re thinking of transferring to another McMaster program or if you may not satisfy your requirements to continue in the Commerce program, connect with our team at buscom@mcmaster.ca.

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

Areas of Focus:

  • Students in the DeGroote School of Business do not select a formal major. Your Major is Commerce.
  • However, you can choose to pursue an “Area of Focus” by selecting your Commerce electives accordingly in your upper years.
  • Want to learn more about Areas of Focus? Join us on Discord under the new permanent <Areas of Focus> Discord channels to access resources, club information, faculty web profiles, case studies, upcoming events, the ability to ask faculty questions and more! (New to Discord?)

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

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