Course planning and enrolment

In order to get the most out of your time at university it is important that you have an overall plan. Help and advice is available from the Business Student Centre.

Course planning and enrolment

Be sure you are familiar with the requirements of the programme as you will need to meet these in order to graduate.

Our prospectuses and planning guides also detail the programmes offered and the advantages of studying with the University of Auckland Business School. Documents are available to view or share in either interactive e-book or PDF format. Visit the Prospectuses and handbooks page.

Planning your undergraduate degree

Consult the following pages for detailed information on planning your first and subsequent years. Specific course advice is also provided.

Degree planning sheets (PDF format)

These handy one-page planners are a simple way to plan the best pathway for your undergraduate degree, major or conjoint.

(3.0 MB, PDF)
(5.1 MB, PDF)
BCom/BProp conjoint
(49.7 kB, PDF)
BCom/BSc conjoint
(50.9 kB, PDF)
BCom/BE(Hons) conjoint
(49.1 kB, PDF)
BCom/LLB conjoint
(49.0 kB, PDF)
BA/BCom conjoint
(3.7 MB, PDF)

General Education

If you are enrolled in the BBIM, BCom or BProp degrees you will include two General Education courses in your degree. If you are a conjoint student you will need to select one for each of your component degrees.

See General Education courses for Business School degrees

Student Services Online

Student Services Online is the University’s online system which allows you to enrol (or change your enrolments), update your personal details, view your class* and exam timetables and graduate.

Visit Student Services Online

*A class is part of a course and can be a lecture, tutorial, lab, or workshop.

Important dates

A calendar of important dates for the current academic year, including orientation, semester start and finish dates, and breaks can be found on the University of Auckland's Academic dates page.

Glossary of terms

To help our new students settle into university life, we put together a glossary of terms.

Help and advice

If you would like to discuss your study options, entry requirements, the admissions process, or you have a general enquiry about the Business School, please contact one of our advisers or visit our City Campus. For a list of contact details, please visit our Help and advice page.

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