Spring 2024 courses will be viewable in Albert on Monday, October 16th and registration will begin on Monday, November 13th. January 2024 registration is currently open. See below for specific schedules and checklist. Questions? Please contact email@example.com.
Registration Quick Links:
Below are brief how-to videos as well as images/text to help you learn how to do any of the following transactions.
- How to enroll in a course
- How to add yourself to a wait list
- How to drop a course
- How to swap one course for another (or one section for another)
- How to validate your classes (to make sure you have met all the prerequisites and any other restrictions, prior to the start of registration)
- How to set up a swap. When you set up a swap, you can enroll in your second choice course while on the wait list for your first choice course. If space becomes available in the first choice, the system will automatically drop you from the second choice and enroll you in the first choice. Make sure you have met any prerequisites or the system will not be able to automatically enroll you.
Below you will find the January and Spring 2024 course schedules organized by concentration or program. Please click on the relevant link to view the courses that you are eligible to enroll in. Keep in mind that some schedules include two different programs, so you can scroll to the right to see which courses are available for your specific program. Please note that online courses are all 5000-level. Next to each course schedule, you will find the relevant checklist. The years noted indicate that the checklist is for students who matriculated in that year or later (unless otherwise noted). When planning your courses, it's important to consult the checklist to see course prerequisites and the correct course sequence you should follow.
Graduate students are responsible for familiarizing themselves with their program's/concentration's degree requirements. On the Concentrations page, you will find links to all concentration and program landing pages where you can find a list of degree requirements, a program sequence, concentration checklist which you can use to track and plan your degree requirements, and more. Similar details can be found on the landing pages for students in the MS in Biostatistics and Epidemiology programs.
Be sure to review the Registration Checklist when planning for course registration!
You can view your exact enrollment appointment in Albert. With the exception of certain electives, courses are open only to GPH majors, undeclared BA-MPH Gallatin students, CAS students, and Liberal Studies majors for the first week of registration. All courses except for UGPH-GU 60, will open to all continuing undergraduate students on the second week of registration.
Undergraduate students must consult the majors page when mapping out your degree plan. Please note that elective requirements vary by combined major and relevant electives used to fulfill the requirement may be taken either through the GPH major (starting with UGPH-GU) or through the home school department. **Pre-health courses DO NOT count towards students combined major electives.**
As of Spring 2020, all core GPH courses (see below) have a pre-requisite of UGPH-GU 10 Health & Society in a Global World (this course may also be taken as a co-requisite with another core GPH course). In addition, UGPH-GU 60 Undergraduate Experiential Learning in Global Public Health, has these three pre-requisites: UGPH-GU 10, UGPH-GU 20, and UGPH-GU 30. GPH/Applied Psychology students may take PSYCH-UA 10 in lieu of UGPH-GU 10; GPH/Biology students take BIOL-UA 42 or BIOL-UA 45 in lieu of UGPH-GU 20.
UGPH-GU 10 Health and Society in a Global Context
UGPH-GU 20 Biostatistics for Public Health
UGPH-GU 30 Epidemiology for Global Health
UGPH-GU 40 Health Policy in a Global World
UGPH-GU 50 Environmental Health in a Global World
UGPH-GU 60 Undergraduate Experiential Learning in Global Public Health (team-based)*
UGPH-GU 60 Undergraduate Experiential Learning in Global Public Health (individual project)*
*students choose one of these