Complete The Program Selection Tool To Enter Commerce II

| March 28, 2024
Submitted by Ericka Wagner for McMaster University

Attention! Business I students continuing into Level II Commerce, you must select “Business Honours Commerce” as your first choice on the Program Selection Tool.

  • The Program Selection Tool is on Mosaic: Student Centre > My Academics > Program/Plan Application
  • Level II program selection dates: Wednesday, April 3 at 9:00 a.m. until Monday, April 29 at 11:59 p.m.

Plan your choices carefully. If you are admitted to your first choice, the system will not evaluate any of your subsequent choices. If you are not admitted to your first choice, you will then be evaluated for your second choice, and so on in descending order.

Level II admission decisions are available in early June and may be found by viewing the My Academics page from your Mosaic Student Center.

If you are thinking of transferring to another McMaster program, or if you may not satisfy your requirements to continue in the Commerce program, please connect with an academic advisor. You can book an advising appointment through OSCARplus.

Learn more about Level II program selection here.

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? Watch our Areas of Focus webinars on YouTube!

Questions? Email

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