Spring 2015 Registration Resumes November 24th
How to Register:
Incoming students are to register for the four courses indicated in the MSCR section of the course table: 643,644,645,646. Continuing students can refer to their advisor and the sample curriculum model.
Spring 2014 Course Listings
|85794||BIOM||645||Clinical Protocol Development||3||
|82700||BIOM||646||Cl Research Seminar||1||
|86486||BIOM||649||Biomedical Ethics II||3||
|86484||BIOM||650||Cultural Competence II||1||
|Biomed Research Practicum||1-12||Csiszar|
If you have difficulty with registration due to error messages or holds, please let us know so we can help clear these or get you in contact with relevant office.
Registration is performed on-line via the MyUH Portal system:
Please be sure to register for courses as for a letter grade “A-F” and not as “pass-fail”.
Faculty Staff Tuition Waivers:
If possible, please locate and select the option to submit your faculty staff tuition waiver on-line while registering with MyUH Portal. This will save time and effort. Instructions can be found here:
If you need to submit the waiver manually due to a family member who is a UH employee, or for any other reason such as when it is necessary to register via a paper change of registration form, you can download a Faculty Staff Tuition Waiver form here:
Please fill this out, print it, and get it signed by your personnel officer, or get it to us as soon as possible.
MSCR Research Courses:The appropriate research courses to register for depends on where you are in your research process, and who is on your committee. Research courses become the focus after you have completed the didactic curriculum and/or have active research for practicum credit.
You can only take Thesis Research 700 if your Masters Form II is approved, otherwise, take 699, which can be converted to 700 later. This does not include 699′s taken in the final semester. At least 9 credits of 699/700 are required to complete the MSCR program so please plan out your semesters accordingly.
700 must be taken in the final semester of your MS degree program, when you are to graduate.
If supplemental research specific credits are required, take 660. 660 is not recommended in the final two semesters of degree progress. If you are uncertain which courses to register for, please consult with your advisor or Dr. Harrigan.
PhDCR Research Courses: You can only take Dissertation Research if your Doctoral Form II is approved, otherwise take 699. We do not convert 699′s to 800 for doctoral students. Research courses become the focus after you have completed the didactic curriculum and/or have active research for practicum credit. Doctoral students can take as many 699 credits as they are advised to, however, they MUST register for BIOM 800 during their last semester – 1 credit of BIOM 800 credit is full-time. The appropriate research courses to register for depends on where you are in your research process, and who is on your committee.
If supplemental research specific credits are required, take 660 – this is not recommended in the final two semesters of degree progress.
If you are uncertain which courses to register for, please consult with your advisor or Dr. Harrigan.
MSCR courses will be held on Thursdays, in JABSOM MEB Grid Access Room 202 unless stated otherwise. PhDCR courses will be held on Thursdays, in JABSOM MEB small conference room 403 unless stated otherwise.
We maintain integrated versions of these calendars on our site, which reflects class days, holidays, and registration dates as the become available: