Registration Guide

We created this guide to help you at every stage along your path to graduation, including helping you have a seamless registration experience. Each section below includes instructions and information about building your schedule, understanding your degree audit, general registration procedures, and where to go for help.

For entering students only: Entering students do not register for classes; they will be placed in the appropriate classes and receive their schedules at the end of orientation week. Learn more about the first-semester schedule.
For Berklee Global Partner entering students only: Review the credit-transfer agreements for your partner school and verify your transfer credits in your my.berklee.edu account. Specific registration instructions will be sent to your berklee.edu email account before orientation week.  

Before You Register

  1. Know your assigned online registration date and time. You can find it on the Registration Profile screen in your my.berklee.edu account. 

  2. Check and clear your restrictions, listed on the Registration Profile screen in your my.berklee.edu account. Read about how to clear your restrictions.

  3. Know what courses you need to take. Work on your academic plan throughout the semester to prepare for a quick and easy registration. Review your major grid, consult with an academic advisor and/or major department, and check out our video series to chart your path to graduation. 

  4. Make sure you are eligible to register for the courses you plan to take. Read course descriptions, required prerequisites, and more.

 

Preparing for Registration

Below, read the additional steps you should take based on where you are on your academic path.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Prerequisites

Find descriptions, prerequisites, and course chair information in our course catalog.

 

Private Instruction and Ensembles

You will register for ensembles and private instruction each semester until you have completed all requirements for your major. 

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