Degree planning

To get the most out of your time at the University, you need an overall plan. Help and advice is available from the Business Student Centre.

Course planning and enrolment

You will need to familiarise yourself with the programme requirements in order to graduate.

You can also read about our programmes and the advantages of studying with us in our prospectuses and planning guides.

View Prospectuses and handbooks.

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 will help you to plan the best pathway for your undergraduate degree, major or conjoint.

General Education

If you are enrolled in the BCom or BProp degrees you will need to 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

This is the University’s online system, where you can enrol (or change your enrolments), update your personal details, view your class* and exam timetables, and graduate.

Visit us: Student Services Online.

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

Important dates

Here you’ll find a calendar of important dates for the current academic year, including orientation, semester start and finish dates, and breaks.

Visit now: The University of Auckland’s Important Dates.

Glossary of terms

Planning your degree is easy when you understand the lingo.

Read more: University of Auckland glossary of terms.

Help and advice

To discuss your study options, entry requirements or the admissions process, or if you have a general Business School enquiry, please contact one of our advisers or visit the Business Student Centre.

For a list of contact details, visit Help and advice.

Need help?

AskAuckland has answers to frequently asked questions – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

You can search for the answer to your question, or browse the most common questions.

Visit now: AskAuckland.