Current Students - Undergraduate
The Haskayne Undergraduate Programs office is currently open for remote advising via email and Zoom. For information on Zoom drop-in advising sessions please visit our Program Advising page. We look forward to connecting with you soon!
Students typically take concentration classes in their third and fourth year. In order to make an informed decision, it is best to decide on a concentration, after you have taken the majority of your core 317 classes. More information regarding concentrations is available here.
From your Student Centre select “Program and Advising” and then “Change of Program”. The concentration change will take effect the following year, if you are planning to graduate before then please contact a Haskayne program specialist for advising assistance.
The Change of Program online form is open from October 1st-February 1st.
Yes, Haskayne students are allowed to take up to ten years to complete their BComm. The majority of students take five or six years.
Yes, Haskayne students are allowed to take up to one year off from their degree without being registered in classes, as long as they complete their BComm within the ten-year period.
Four junior courses (12 units) can be used towards the BComm program, any junior courses beyond this will not count for credit towards the BComm program.
Prerequisite courses exist to ensure students have the correct knowledge base for courses that follow, they cannot be waived. Students should visit the University of Calgary course calendar to view prerequisite courses and plan accordingly.
Writing of an exam or submission of an assessment after the normal scheduled date may be allowed in cases of illness, domestic affliction, or religious conviction. If you are requesting a deferred quiz, midterm exam, or late submission of an assessment, you must submit a Deferral Request Form to the Undergraduate Office through this link.
This program is built specifically for future business graduates after working for two years full-time post graduating. Taking into account prior education the MBA is reduced from 20 to 11 courses, saving both time and money. Additionally, if you achieved a GPA of 3.2 or higher in your undergraduate business degree you may be eligible to have the GMAT waived.
Visit here for more information on the Accelerated MBA.
Information regarding other MBA programs is available here.