Enrol in classes

How to enrol (register) for classes using either MyTimetable or Mosaic

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Undergraduate Calendar overview

Access the archived PDFs of Undergraduate Academic Calendars from previous years

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Multi-term (A/B) courses

Multi-term courses, or A/B courses, are courses that usually span from September to April

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Student Choice Initiative

Opt-out process for non-essential fees.

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Class search

How to get to the master timetable of courses offered during the current academic year

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Continuing students and McMaster second degree

Continuing students and McMaster second degree students

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Level II program selection

Level II program selection (choosing your major)

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Transfer and exchange students

Information on McMaster’s exchange program for incoming, outgoing and returning exchange students, as well as course equivalencies for students looking to transfer to McMaster

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Student responsibilities

View the Student Responsibilities in the Undergraduate Calendar

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Electives and minors

Looking for an elective course to round out your studies? Have an interest in an area outside of your degree studies?  Check out the elective course offerings and minors/thematic areas of study

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Listener/auditor non-credit enrolment

Interested in taking university courses at McMaster, but not for credit?

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Personal Interest Course (PIC)

The Personal Interest Course (PIC) option is designed to encourage students to explore interests outside of their program without affecting their cumulative GPA

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Reinstatement

What you need to know about reinstatement.

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Important Dates & Deadlines

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