Thank you for your interest in the Rady School of Management. We are happy to allow Extension students to enroll in our undergrad classes if there are open seats.
You should create a profile on this site by clicking "SIGN UP" at the top of the page or under the icon on the left. Your email address will be your username and you should create a password. Once you have a profile, you can add your name to a waitlist or register for a class with open seats. You will get an email confirmation when you are offered a seat in a class. If you are on a waitlist, then you will get an email if/ when a seat becomes available.
Please refer to UCSD’s Schedule of Classes for more information on our course offerings, including descriptions of our classes, what time classes meet, and what room they meet in.
Search for “MGT” in the subject field (not "MGTF").
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The Rady Undergraduate Office is located on the second floor of Otterson Hall at Rady School of Management.
Use this map to find your way around on campus.
Spring 2018 key dates:
Classtrack goes live for Spring 2018 on Wednesday, March. 7th at 8am At this point you can start the enrollment process for Sponsored Classes
or place yourself in a waitlist for available Rady courses.
Stamping for Sponsored classes
Will take place the week of April 2nd through April 6th
You will receive an email with an appointment time to get a stamp.
Failure to get a stamp within this timeframe may result in forfeiture of your seat.
UPS/ Extension students can get a stamp on their concurrent enrollment card for SPONSORED classes. There are three sponsored classes per quarter. Note: Sponsored means that there are some seats reserved for only UPS students.
Students must have a Registration Confirmation email for the class to be eligible for a stamp.
Students that do not get a stamp on their concurrent enrollment card by the end of their appointment time will be dropped from the list and your seat will be offered to another student.
Second round of stamping for most classes:
***April 10 through April 20th
UPS/ Extension students can start getting stamps for NON-SPONSORED MGT classes (most classes are non-sponsored). Non-sponsored means that there are no seats reserved for UPS students.
Students will get an email notifying them that they are eligible for a stamp (based on availability).
Third/ last round of stamping for classes:
Tips and Notes:
- Students must get a stamp on their concurrent enrollment card and submit that card to Extension to be officially enrolled in a class.
- Professors cannot stamp enrollment cards.
- UPS students cannot enroll in MGT173 or any graduate courses.
- Sponsored means some seats are reserved for UPS/ Extension students.
Non-sponsored means there are no seats reserved.
- If you are no longer interested in a class, remove yourself from either the waitlist or the roster. You can perform those actions in "My Classes" and "My Wait Lists." Your seat can go to another student.
- Having trouble? Check out "How to Use Classtrack" and "Frequently Asked Questions".