Level 1 In-Course Students: Select Your Group AA Appointment by Mar. 10

| March 9, 2021
Submitted by Sandra Clark for MBA Student Experience
This message does not apply to part-time students.

All Level 1 MBA students who are in-course this term will meet with an Academic Advisor next week to declare their specialization.

Why is this important?

  • Students are required to formally declare their specialization at the end of the second academic term in order to progress into Year 2 of the MBA program in the Student Records Systems.
  • This will ensure that you are able to register in Year 2 courses and that you are considered for Year 2 scholarship opportunities.

What happens next:

  • Please fill out this form by Wednesday, March 10 at noon (EST) with your preferred 30-minute group appointment time (all EST).
    • Monday, March 15 at 10 a.m.
    • Tuesday, March 16 at 1:30 p.m.
    • Thursday, March 18 at 8:45 a.m.
  • Please note: The form will prompt you to sign in with your McMaster Outlook account. If you receive an error message, you may need to sign out of a personal Outlook account, or try a different web browser.
  • Students who do not submit the form by the deadline will be assigned to one of these appointments based on remaining availability.
  • You will receive confirmation of your appointment time by Wednesday, March 10 at 4:30 pm (EST), along with a video to watch before your appointment. Maddy and Carolyn are looking forward to meeting with you and helping you choose your specialization!

Questions? Please email mba.studentexperience@mcmaster.ca.

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