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University of Calgary Calendar 2023-2024 Haskayne School of Business 3. Business School Regulations 3.1 Admissions 3.1.1 Indigenous Pathway
3.1.1 Indigenous Pathway
General Information

In response to Calls to Action by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the University’s Indigenous Strategy (ii' taa'poh'to'p), the Haskayne School of Business provides an opportunity for those who identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) to be admitted under the Indigenous Admission Process and/or the Indigenous Admission Supplementary Process. Prospective Indigenous students who have not completed all high school courses normally required for admission (see Admission Requirements) will be considered for admission to the Haskayne School of Business Indigenous Pathway when they apply. Those admitted to the Indigenous Pathway will be guaranteed admission to the Bachelor of Commerce degree program in the Haskayne School of Business upon completion of foundation courses as outlined in the table below.

Students in the Indigenous Pathway will meet with a Haskayne School of Business Undergraduate Program Specialist for pathway advising and the Writing Symbols Lodge for academic, personal, and cultural support.

Pathway Requirements

The Pathway is individualized to each student and will be finalized after admission to the program in consultation with a Haskayne School of Business Undergraduate Program Specialist for pathway advising. Students will normally complete all required foundation courses in their first term. Students may take a specified number of other 200 level courses alongside foundation courses as approved by the Haskayne School of Business to meet requirements for full-time status (see B.11 Full-time and Part-Time Status). After completion of required foundation courses with a grade of "C-" or higher, students will be admitted to their degree program in the Bachelor of Commerce degree program.

For applicants admitted with:
Foundation Courses
English 30-2 or English 20-1 or 20-2
English 212
Mathematics 30-2 or 20-1 or 20-2
Mathematics 212

See section 3.4 Student Standing for more information.

Admission Requirements

For admission requirements, see A.5.6.2 Indigenous Admission Supplementary Process.

The Haskayne School of Business Indigenous Admissions Committee reviews applications to the Indigenous Pathway. The Committee will include faculty members of the Haskayne School of Business who are Indigenous or have expertise in Indigenous Studies, and an Elder from a local community.