Concurrent Enrollment through UC San Diego Extension provides the opportunity for those who are not registered UC San Diego students to enroll in undergraduate classes at UC San Diego. Concurrent Enrollment students are part of the UC San Diego community and are expected to follow University and UC-wide policies, including the Student Conduct Code and the UCSD Policy on Integrity of Scholarship. The following information is exclusively for enrollment in undergraduate classes at the Rady School of Management. For all other non-MGT classes, please refer to the department website for more information.
Concurrent enrollment is not guaranteed. Concurrent enrollment students may be eligible to enroll in a Rady undergrad class after all registered UC San Diego students have completed enrollment (starting Monday of Week 3). Although we do our best to accommodate Concurrent Enrollment students, Rady undergrad classes are very high in demand and Concurrent Enrollment students may not be able to enroll in any classes.
There are many contingencies reviewed for Concurrent Enrollment approvals.
- Instructor preferences
- Number of open seats available in the class
- Number of seats allocated for Concurrent Enrollment students
- Class operation restrictions (i.e. Teacher Assistant allocations, class software, etc.)
- Order of students on Concurrent Enrollment waitlist
Unavailable Rady Undergrad Classes. Classes that are full or have a waitlist on Friday of Week 2 are unavailable for enrollment to Concurrent Enrollment students. Concurrent Enrollment students will not be eligible to enroll even if seats become available after Friday of week 2.
In addition to the class situations above, the following classes are permanently unavailable for all visiting students, as these classes are only available to UCSD undergraduate students who have declared a Rady minor or business-related major: MGT 112, MGT 121B, MGT 131B, and all Rady Graduate classes.
How to Add Rady Undergrad Classes through Concurrent Enrollment
- Register with UC San Diego Concurrent Enrollment.
- Review the list of eligible Rady Undergrad classes provided by the Extension Program Advisor. Visiting students should only pursue Rady classes that are eligible for enrollment.
- Attend the first session of pursued classes and verify interest for enrollment.
- For UPS Students – Complete Survey to add yourself to the UPS Student Waitlist (survey provided by UPS Advisor).
For all other Concurrent Enrollment Students – Speak with Extension Advisor for enrollment request process.
- For UPS Students Only: Follow-up with the Extension Program Advisor to receive blue enrollment card(s) and find out eligibility to enroll in Rady classes.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are my chances of getting into a Rady undergrad class?
We do not know your chances of enrolling in a Rady undergrad class. There are many factors, known and unknown, that make it difficult to make a prediction. Please follow the policies and instructions provided for the best chance of enrolling in a Rady undergrad class.
What is my position on the waitlist for a particular Rady undergrad class? (UPS Program only)
Concurrent Enrollment students have a separate waitlist from the Schedule of Classes waitlist. The Schedule of Classes shows the waitlist of registered UCSD students who would like to enroll in each class. UC San Diego Extension Program Advisors will manage the UPS Concurrent Enrollment waitlist for Rady undergrad classes. Please speak to your Extension Program Advisor to determine your status on the UPS Concurrent Enrollment waitlist.
I need to enroll in 12 units this quarter. Do I have priority to enroll in a Rady undergrad class?
No. Priority enrollment is not available for Concurrent Enrollment students. Please work with your Extension Program Advisor and review our policies on “Contingencies reviewed for Concurrent Enrollment approvals”.
The Schedule of Classes online shows that there are available seats in a class, can I enroll?
No. The Schedule of Classes online does not accurately represent seat availability for Concurrent Enrollment students. The Schedule of Classes can only provide a general overview of which classes are high in demand. Classes that are full or have a waitlist on Friday of Week 2 are closed to Concurrent Enrollment students. Concurrent Enrollment students will not be eligible to enroll even if seats become available after Friday of week 2. Please work with your Extension Program Advisor and review our policies on “Contingencies reviewed for Concurrent Enrollment approvals”.
The instructor signed my Concurrent Enrollment Add Card. Can I enroll in the class?
No. Instructors do not manage enrollment in Rady undergraduate classes. An instructor’s signature alone does not mean enrollment into a class. All Concurrent Enrollment students need a Department Stamp on their enrollment card to enroll in a class.
Still have a question?
Please contact your Extension Program Advisor with any additional questions or clarification.University and Professional Studies (UPS)