Course Enrollment Information
On a space available basis, the Undergraduate Program Office enrolls Haas majors first in Business courses, regardless of wait list position, followed by non-Haas students starting from the beginning of the wait list. If a student is wait listed for a Business class, then we strongly advise a back-up course. Priority for enrollment in undergraduate Business courses is as follows:
o Undergraduate Haas Majors (Seniors first, then Juniors)
o All other eligible undergraduates on the wait lists (Seniors first, then Juniors)
o Graduate students
o Eligible Concurrent Enrollment & Cross Registration students
The Undergraduate Program Office recommends that non-Haas students wait list themselves during Phase I. When the Adjustment Period starts each semester, non-majors will be moved off the wait lists on a space available basis.
Any student not meeting listed prerequisites for Business courses or not attending in the first three weeks of instruction may be “Instructor Dropped” from the class list or wait list.
Students are allowed to add and drop classes up to 11:59pm on Wednesday of the fourth week of classes.
The Undergraduate Program finalizes enrollment on Friday of the fourth week of classes. Students should check their enrollment in business classes on CalCentral on Friday by 11:59pm. If they have not been enrolled in a course by that time, they should NOT continue to attend as they will not be added to the class.
Professors and GSIs CANNOT enroll students in Business Administration/UGBA courses.
Auditing of Undergraduate Business courses is not allowed.
Last updated: August 2018
Berkeley Courses for Non-Berkeley Students
Students at other colleges, UC employees, and others, can take UC Berkeley courses through UC Berkeley Extension’s Concurrent Enrollment program. This program allows you, for a fee, to participate fully in a Berkeley class, have homework and exams graded, and receive an official course grade.
Requirements for admission to a course as a Concurrent Enrollment student are below:
- The course does not have a wait list of current UC Berkeley students.
- The course is not over-enrolled.
- The prerequisite for the course is not being enforced. See the notes section at: http://schedule.berkeley.edu
- The course is open to current UC Berkeley Business majors only.
Please see below for the list of Haas Undergraduate Program courses that are currently open to concurrent enrollment students. If you wish to take a Haas undergraduate course from the list below please see UC Berkeley Extension’s website to complete an application. Although faculty may approve a student for a course, the final decision is made by the Haas Undergraduate Program Office. Final approval for courses will be made at the beginning of the second week of classes, at the earliest. Be advised that the list below is subject to change. There is no guarantee of enrollment in any of these courses. We highly recommend you have back-up courses in case you do not get in your desired UGBA class(es).
Applications for courses that are not on the list below will be denied. Haas Undergraduate Faculty do not control enrollment in undergraduate business courses. If you have a question regarding Concurrent Enrollment you may e-mail Elinor Gregorio email@example.com
Fall 2018 is now closed.
The following is the Haas School of Business’ policy as it relates to Academic Integrity:
1. To ensure that campus has a formal record, a faculty member will report any incident of academic dishonesty to the appropriate degree program office.
2. In resolving the incident, the degree program office will serve as a guide in dealing with both the student(s) and the Center for Student Conduct and Community Standards (CSCCS).
3. In cases of blatant academic dishonesty (as defined below), the presumption will be that the faculty member will assign to the student a final course grade of “F” and recommend to the CSCCS a one-semester suspension. Blatant academic dishonesty includes (but is not limited to):
3a. Arranging for another student to take an exam, or taking another student’s exam,
3b. Plagiarism consisting of inclusion without proper citation of more than 50 words composed by someone else,
3c. Submitting an exam answer that is virtually verbatim to that of another student, or willfully allowing other students to copy one’s own exam answers,
3d. Communicating with another student or using a resource (e.g., the internet) during the taking of an in-class or take-home exam, where the instructor has explicitly stated in writing that such communication or resource usage is impermissible.
Based on the specific circumstances of any particular incident, the faculty member retains the right to assign a final grade higher than an “F” and/or recommend to the CSCCS a sanction that is less or more severe than one-semester suspension. In any case, the CSCCS retains final authority to determine a student’s actual academic sanction(s), as per campus policy.
4. At the beginning of each academic year, the Senior Assistant Dean for Instruction (SADI) will send an email to all students that stresses the importance of academic integrity, provides a link to a website with clear definition and examples of plagiarism, and emphasizes the Haas School’s policy regarding academic dishonesty.