The Academic Progress Report (APR) tool is available to the Haas School of Business undergraduate students under the CalCentral My Academics section.
The APR is designed to track progress toward completing degree requirements, including: university, campus, college, and major requirements. By 2020-21, we expect to use the report as our primary means to mark degree completion, in the interim, we encourage you to review your report and let us know of any errors or missing courses.
What is the APR?
The APR tracks progress toward completion of all degree requirements. These requirements include:
|University of California Requirements||Entry Level Writing, American History, American Institutions, 120 Minimum Units, Overall GPA, Passed/No Passed Limit, Senior Residence|
|UC Berkeley Campus Requirement||American Cultures|
|Haas School of Business Requirements||Lower Division Prerequisites*, Seven-Course Breadth Requirements, Upper-Division Business Core Courses, Upper-Division Business Elective Units, Upper-Division Non-Business Elective Units
*Applicable to Biology+Business, GMP, and M.E.T. students only
How to Report Errors in the APR?
We want your APR to be as correct and helpful as possible. Here is how to report errors:
Complete a Haas APR Correction Form to report on errors having to do with UC and Berkeley Campus Requirements, Total Units, Lower-Division Prerequisites, Seven-Course Breadth Requirements, Upper-Division Business Core Courses, Upper-Division Business Elective Units, and Upper-Division Non-Business Elective Units.
Difficulty Accessing the APR in CalCentral?
For technical assistance with CalCentral, please contact SIS Support by phone at 510-664-9000 (press option 6 to reach SIS support) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions About Degree Requirements?
For any questions about the degree requirements, you are welcome to contact the Undergraduate Program Office at 510-642-1421 or UGMajorAdvising@haas.berkeley.edu.
Drop-in Advising is also available in the Haas Student Services Building in room S450. Our open hours are Mon, Wed-Fri: 9-12:30, 1:30-4 and Tues: 10-12:30, 1:30-4. We are closed for lunch from 12:30-1:30.
Our degree requirements and academic policies are also here.