The Haskayne School of Business has a quota on the number of students accepted into the Bachelor of Commerce program. Within this quota, there are further quotas on the number of students accepted into the Petroleum Land Management and Energy Management Concentrations. Admission into the Energy Management Concentration will be competitive based on academic performance. Admission into the Petroleum Land Management Concentration will be competitive based on academic performance, an interview and other required documents. Only those students entering third year of the Bachelor of Commerce program will be considered for admission into the Petroleum Land Management Concentration.
To be eligible for first year admission consideration, applicants must be coming directly from high school and/or presenting no more than six units (1.0 full-course equivalent) transferable courses from a post-secondary institution (including the University of Calgary). Applicants presenting more than six units (1.0 full-course equivalent) transferable courses from a post-secondary institution (including the University of Calgary), will be considered for admission following the successful completion of a prescribed set of pre-commerce requirements. Additional information is provided in 4.1.1 BComm Requirements for Direct Entry Students and in 4.1.2 BComm Pre-Commerce Requirements for Transfer Students. Students seeking admission into a combined degree program are further directed to 4.2 Combined Degrees.
Students seeking re-admission into the Haskayne School of Business following a voluntary withdrawal will be considered in competition with new transfer applicants and required to meet the transfer admission criteria prior to re-admission. Such students are encouraged to consult with the Haskayne Undergraduate Programs Office for advice and course planning.
Students seeking re-admission into the Haskayne School of Business after a requirement to withdraw are referred to "Student Probation and Dismissal" in 3.4 Student Standing.
Students who have obtained a Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Administration, or equivalent degree may not enrol in a "second" Bachelor of Commerce degree.
Students who hold an approved non-business degree (BA, BSc, BEd, etc.), that is recognized by the University of Calgary are encouraged to speak to a graduate advisor regarding the admission requirements for the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. Those who wish to pursue the Bachelor of Commerce as a second or subsequent undergraduate degree are advised that they will be required to follow the admission procedures and meet the requirements in place for transfer applicants to the program. For additional regulations regarding admission to a second undergraduate degree, refer to A.5.5 Second-Degree Students in the Admissions section of this Calendar.
Students not registering for the admission term must reapply for admission into the program.
Students are advised to register for courses as soon as they are eligible to ensure the best selection. Those admitted after registration begins are required to register within three weeks of the issuance of their notification of admission. The Haskayne School of Business reserves the right to rescind the offer of admission if course registration has not taken place within a three week period. The admission procedures are the responsibility of the Haskayne Undergraduate Programs Office.