Registration open for Fall, Winter and Summer

| June 27, 2022
Submitted by Carolyn & Maddy for Student Experience - Academic

What you need to know:

  • Tentative Fall 2022, Winter 2023 and Summer 2023 course schedules are available on the MBA Program website.
  • Registration for ALL terms opens in Mosaic on Tuesday, July 5 at 8:30 a.m. (ET). 
  • Registration deadline: Tuesday, August 2 (registering after this date will incur a late registration fee).

How do I know if a course is being offered virtually or in person?

All courses are in person at the RJC unless otherwise noted in Mosaic.

Problems on Registration Day?

  • Send an email to and be sure to read the automated response you receive. Common issues will be addressed through this auto-response.
  • Include your full name and student number in all communications along with screenshots of the problem you are experiencing.


  • Course seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • If you receive the error “Department Consent Required”, this means the course is full. Send an email to to receive the link to the waitlists.
    • You can add your name to the waitlist for a maximum of 3 courses per term during the course registration period (July 5 – August 3).
  • We will monitor course enrollment and notify you before classes begin if a seat becomes available. Be sure to check your email daily.
    • We are not able to respond to questions about your current placement on the waitlist.
    • If a seat becomes available, we will email the first student on the list and give them two days to register for the course.
    • The seat will be offered to the next student on the list if the student does not register within two days.
    • In the meantime, you should register for an alternate course.

Resources on the MBA website:

  • Step-by-step Registration Guide
  • Course Schedule (use drop-down menus at the top to select year and term)
  • Course descriptions and outlines (for previous year outlines if available)
  • Specializations (confirm requirements for your specialization)
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