The information below includes resources for students in the PhD in Translational Health Sciences program.
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The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Translational Health Sciences (THS) is an interdisciplinary program that strives to educate individuals dedicated to the health sciences, building on students’ own experience, disciplinary training, and interests. The Student Handbook for the PhD in Translational Health Sciences is a comprehensive resource for our students.
The following weekend sessions have been scheduled:
|Academic Year 2017-2018||Academic Year 2018-2019|
|Fall 2017||Spring 2018||Summer 2018||Fall 2018||Spring 2019||Summer 2019|
|Academic Year 2019-2020||Academic Year 2020-2021|
|Fall 2019||Spring 2020||Summer 2020||Fall 2020||Spring 2021||Summer 2021||Fall 2021|
The following academic program sessions have been scheduled:
|5/21-5/27||5/28-6/3||6/4-6/10||6/11-6/17||6/18-6/24 (RW 6/19-6/21)||6/25-7 /1||7/2-7/8||7 /9-7 /15||7/16-7/22||7/23-7/29 (RW 7/24-7/26)||7 /30-8/5||8/6-8/12||8/13-8/19|
|Academic Year 2020-2021|
|Fall 2020||Spring 2021||Summer 2021|
|10/1-10/7 (RW 10/2-4)||2/11-2/17 (RW 2/12-14)||6/17-6/23 (RW 6/18-20)|
|11/5-11/11 (RW 11/6-8)||3/18-3/24 (RW 3/19-21)||7/22-7/28 (RW 7/23-25)|
PhD Students who are entering the candidacy portion of their program should complete the Half Time/Full Time Certification Form in order to continue deferring their student loans.
If approved, this form will allow certification of full- or half-time study with a registration of fewer credits than officially required: 9 credits per semester for full-time study; 4.5 credits per semester for half-time study. In the summer, full-time status requires 6 credits and half-time status requires 3 credits.
For student resources, please visit the Department of Clinical Research & Leadership Website.
Contact the Office of Student Services, for more information about the resources.