Module Registration

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Students who have registered on-line for the modules may check for the outcome of their registration on-line. Due to restricted class size, priorities will be given as follows:

1. Registration for Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUSMed) Graduate Modules

Priority will be given to the NUSMed graduate students who have registered for the current intake.

2. Registration for MDG5771 Graduate Research Seminar & Workshop

This module is open only to NUSMed graduate students. It is compulsory for all new students admitted in January 2017 intake and students who have been awarded an IP grade last semester for the module to register for this module online this semester.

Outcome of Registration to be Released On-line
13 January 2017
Core Modules for NUSMED MSc/PhD students
Modules CodeModule DescriptionModular Credits (MC)Prerequisites/Preclusions
MDG5108 Biostatistics for Basic Research 4  
MDG5771 Graduate Research Seminar and Workshop 4  
Elective Modules
MDG5102 Techniques in Biomedical Research 4  
MDG5205 Neuroscience 4  
MDG5215 Applied Bioethics and Biolaw 4  
MDG5222 Cardiovascular and Metabolic Diseases 4  
MDG5224 Animal Models of Human Diseases 2  
MDG5227 Bio-Innovation & Entrepreneurship 4  
MDG5232 Current practices in Biotechnology 2  
MDG5233 Current Topics in Drug Design and Development 4  
MDG5236 Principles & Concepts in Translation Research 4  
MDG5238 Clinical Pharmacology I 4  
MDG5101 Fundamentals of Cancer Biology 4  
Add/Drop Period and Penalties
PeriodDescription
For modules that spands the whole semester
9 January 2017 (9am) – 11 January 2017 (5pm) Online Module Registration Period
9 January 2017 – 22 January 2017 Registration / Add Module Period
Cross Faculty Registration Period
9 January 2017 (9am) – 15 January 2017 (5pm) NUSMed students should use the School Cross Faculty Module registration form to be downloaded from here
2 weeks from module start date Drop Module Period (without Penalty)
Mid of module Drop Module Period (With 'W' grade)
Start of the new week after mid of module Drop Module Period (with 'F' grade)
For 2 MC modules
9 January 2017 (9am) – 11 January 2017 (5pm) Online Module Registration Period
9 January 2017 – 22 January 2017 Registration / Add Module Period
Cross Faculty Registration Period
9 January 2017 (9am) – 15 January 2017 (5pm) NUSMed students should use the School Cross Faculty Module registration form to be downloaded from here
1 week from module start date Drop Module Period (without Penalty)
Mid of module Drop Module Period (With 'W' grade)
Start of the new week after mid of module Drop Module Period (with 'F' grade)


Declaration of Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) Option


Students who wish to opt for S/U graded basis for any module that permits the S/U option must declare their intention during the module registration/add period (Deadline: 15 January 2017 for Cross Faculty Students and 22 January 2017 for NUSMed students). Thereafter, the student's decision will be considered final. Please note that S/U graded module cannot be used towards the student's CAP. NUSMed students who wish to exercise the S/U option should email Ms Geetha Warrier at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For Cross Faculty students, please indicate your intention to exercise the S/U option in the cross faculty registration form.

Dropping of Modules

Students are advised to take note of the Add/Drop period. For students who wish to drop a module, they must complete the drop module form which can be downloaded from https://myportal.nus.edu.sg/studentportal/med/gr and submit it to Ms Geetha Warrier for processing. Email requests will not be accepted.

Selection of Electives

Students who wish to take modules offered by other Research Institutes/Centres/Faculties should check with the respective Research Institutes/Centers/Faculties for details of the modules. Students may take any of the electives any time and before confirmation as a PhD candidate but the elective modules must be graded and be of at least 2MCs. As electives are meant to improve the students' breadth of knowledge, students should register for their electives only after consultation with and with approval from their supervisors.

Students with Outstanding Bill or Negative Service Indicators

Students who have outstanding bill with the University or Negative Service Indicator (NSI) imposed on their student records may be barred from registering modules offered by the University. In this regard, you are advised to settle your outstanding bill or clear the NSI, if any, with the Office of Financial Services or the Registrar’s Office to avoid having problems with the module registration.

Cancellation of Module Class

The School reserves the right to cancel any module due to insufficient class size. Students will be notified of the cancellation if any, by email.

Reminders to Students

/NUSMed students who have not registered for any module towards their coursework are reminded to do so immediately. PhD students who wish to apply for the PhD Qualifying Examination (PQE) should apply for the PQE about 2-3 semesters after meeting the coursework criteria for PhD upgrading. PhD students who do not complete their PQE with 24 months of their enrolment will be asked to downgrade to MSc.

Enquiry

For enquiry, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Notes

1. Students from other Faculties who wish to register for the modules have to complete the cross faculty module registration form available at their Faculty. Please indicate whether you are taking the course for Credit or Audit, get it duly signed by the relevant authorities and submit it to Ms Geetha Warrier/Madam Kho Teck Kheng at the Dean's Office, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.

2. To take a module for credit (ie for a grade), students are required to sit for the module assessments. Students who audit a module will not receive a final grade. Audited modules will not appear on the student's transcript/result slip. Additionally, no record of attendance will be issued to students who take modules for audit.


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