DMS Curriculum 2019-2020

The Division of Medical Sciences offers opportunities in a wide range of laboratory experiences and considerable interaction among the programs. While programs vary, generally students take core and advanced courses, attend seminars, perform laboratory rotations, and take a qualifying examination. After successful completion of the qualifying exam, the degree candidate is supervised by the thesis advisor in conjunction with a thesis advisory committee, as detailed in individual Program's Curriculum.

 

For further information about Program course requirements, please refer to the Program's Curriculum or Program of Study.

 

For further information about the Division of Medical Sciences course offerings, please refer below:

 

Course information for 2019-2020

 

Fall 2019 downloadable PDFs:

Fall 2019 First Meeting of Courses

Fall 2019 Quarter Courses

Fall 2019 Half Course Time Schedule

 

For a complete listing of 200-level courses for the current academic year, refer to the Medical Sciences section of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Catalog: Harvard FAS Registrar Courses.

 

Course information for 2018-2019

 

Fall 2018 downloadable PDFs:

Fall 2018 First Meeting of Courses

Fall 2018 Quarter Courses

Fall 2018 Half Course Time Schedule

 

Spring 2019 downloadable PDFs:

Spring 2019 First Meeting of Quarter Courses

Spring 2019 First Meeting of Half Courses

January 2019 Conflict Chart

 

January 2019 Downloadable PDF:
January 2019 Intensive Session Course Offerings

 

Nanos and other courses Website:

https://nanosandothercourses.hms.harvard.edu/

Important Dates
Fall 2020

 

July 27, 2020
Fall 2020 Check-In opens in my.harvard

 

GSAS Academic Calendar 2020-2021

 

August 10, 2020
Crimson Carts Opens for Fall Courses

 

August 17, 2020
Course Registration opens

 

August 26, 2020
Course Registration Deadline

 

Fall term course registration for all students, including special students, due by 11:59 p.m.

 

Students must submit enrollments for minimum course load (typically 16 credits) at my.harvard by 11:59 p.m. Students who do not submit enrollments by this time will be charged $40 for each week late.

 

* After this date students must obtain permission from all instructors to enroll in courses.

 

September 2, 2020

 

Check-in Deadline – September 2, 2020
First meeting of fall term classes

 

Check-In by visiting my.harvard.edu and log in with your HarvardKey. Instructions can be found by visiting the FAS Registrar’s Office and selecting the GSAS registration tab. Then, follow instructions at my.harvard to enroll in your courses during the first week of classes.

 


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