Business 1: Spring/Summer Course Enrolment Process

| March 4, 2021
Submitted by Alexis Maynard for Student Experience - Academic

Important Notice

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Enrolment for Spring/Summer courses will begin on Monday, March 15 at 9 a.m.

Eligibility Reminders:

  • Remember to review:
    • The requirements for entry into Level II Bachelor of Honours Commerce.
    • The course description of the class you want to take to make sure you’re meeting any pre-requisites.
  • Permissions are automatically added for students with a GPA greater than or equal to 5.0 and enrolment/completion of the required courses/units
  • COMM 2INO offering in the spring summer term is reserved for current Levell II students who were not able to take the course during the academic year.

 Enrollment Reminders:

  • You are permitted to enroll in two courses in the Spring and two courses in the Summer term.
  • If you wish to overload, send an email to buscom@mcmaster.ca to request permission to overload. If you wish to overload you must have a minimum 7.0 term GPA.
  • There must be an open seat to enroll in a course even with a permission

If you have any issues enrolling:
Send an email to buscom@mcmaster.ca from your McMaster student account and include:

  • Full name
  • Student number
  • Course Code

Emails will be responded to in order of receipt.

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