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Career Interest Contacts General Surgery Drs. Kimbrough, Gugliuzza, and Nealon (ext 21201) Plan to have a meeting soon – date TBA Neurosurgery Dr. Patterson (ext 26321) Obstetrics/Gynecology Meeting Monday March 13 5-6PM Ballinger Mills Room, Administration building Ophthalmology

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career interest contacts
Career Interest Contacts
  • General Surgery
    • Drs. Kimbrough, Gugliuzza, and Nealon (ext 21201)
    • Plan to have a meeting soon – date TBA
  • Neurosurgery
    • Dr. Patterson (ext 26321)
  • Obstetrics/Gynecology
    • Meeting Monday March 13 5-6PM Ballinger Mills Room, Administration building
  • Ophthalmology
    • Drs. Gunderson, Wong, Troupe, and Trocme (ext 21037)
  • Pediatrics
    • Meeting Tuesday March 20 5:15PM 3.302 Children’s Hospital
  • Plastic Surgery
    • Dr. Phillips (ext 21257)
  • Urology
    • Dr. Warren (ext 22091)
year 4 courses
Year 4 Courses
  • Senior Neurology
  • Senior Surgery
  • Senior Emergency Medicine
  • Acting Internship selective
  • Basic Science/Humanities selective
  • Ambulatory Community Selective
  • Electives (5 blocks needed to graduate)
scheduling
Scheduling

Scheduling for Year 4 occurs in two phases

Initial Schedule Preferences

  • Submitted electronically via E-Connect
  • Deadline 5 PM Monday April 3
  • Receive initial schedule on Monday April 24

Add/Drop Process

  • Begins Tuesday April 25
  • Continues for remainder of the academic year
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Scheduling

Included in initial schedule preferences

  • UTMB required courses
  • UTMB selective
  • UTMB electives

Not included in initial schedule preferences

(Conducted during the add/drop process)

  • Austin courses (required, selective, elective)
  • Non-UTMB courses (required, selective, elective)
  • Any Research elective (UTMB or non-UTMB)
initial schedule preferences
Initial Schedule Preferences
  • Part I Block periods
    • For vacation
    • For planned Austin courses
    • For planned non-UTMB courses
    • For carry-over Year 3 clerkships scheduled
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Initial Schedule Preferences
  • Part II Required and Selective Courses
    • For Senior Surgery in Galveston*
    • For Senior Neurology in Galveston*
    • For Senior Emergency Medicine in Galveston*
    • For Acting Internship Selective**
    • For Ambulatory Community Selective**

Indicate periods in which you prefer each course

*Austin version added later **See Electives Brochure

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Initial Schedule Preferences
  • Part III Electives Courses
    • For UTMB electives (except Research)
      • Option B – schedule it in period requested or any open period
      • Option C – schedule it in period requested or schedule the next elective listed in that period

Indicate periods in which you prefer each course

adding dropping courses
Adding/Dropping Courses
  • Begins Tuesday April 25
    • UTMB Courses
    • Austin and non-UTMB Courses
    • Research electives
    • BSHS selectives
  • Add/drop deadlines
  • Electronic and paper-based options
remember c is for complete

Remember, C is for Complete

Without a properly completed, signed C form, your registration is not complete!!!!!!!

r is for research readiness

R is for Research Readiness

We gotta know that you have a plan, the permission to do the research, the resources to do it and appropriate oversight of your project

b form is for before you go

B Form is for Before You Go

We gotta know they’ll take you = B2 (Austin doesn’t need this)

They might wanna know stuff about you= B1

registration errors
Registration Errors
  • Participating in a course you have not added
    • No credit
  • Failing to participate in a course you have not dropped
    • Failure
    • Withdrawal
the icee integrated curriculum evaluation exercise
The ICEEIntegrated Curriculum Evaluation Exercise
  • Required for graduation
  • Two phase examination
  • First phase periods 1 or 2
  • Hand in form if you cannot take it block 1
  • Take it even if you’re “out of synch” if you plan to graduate on time
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