Complete the Program Selection Tool in Order to Enter Commerce II

| April 8, 2020
Submitted by Alexis Maynard for Student Experience - Academic (BCom)

Important Notice

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Did you know Business 1 students enter a “new” program when they enter Commerce II? Because of that, you have to select the program in order to be assessed for progression in Mosaic.

Use the Program Selection Tool in Mosaic to indicate your preferred choice of Level II programs. In Mosaic, search:

  • Student Centre
  • My Academics
  • Program/Plan Application

Level II Program selection opens on April 6 and closes on April 30 at 9 p.m.

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 by viewing the My Academics page from the Student Centre.

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

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