Current Students

Registering for Courses

The Health Informatics program will evolve to meet current industry needs. You can find current course offerings on under Banner Self-Service. For course descriptions, look under our Academics tab on our department website, or in the Graduate School Catalog

After selecting courses from the available options, students need to request permit(s) in order to register for the courses.  To receive a permit, contact Carly Mahedy with the following information: 

  • Student ID #
  • Course Title
  • Course Registration Number(CRN)- 5 digits

Not sure which courses to take?

The best person to help you decide is your academic advisor. For PSM Students, access,  My Records > Class Schedule > General Student Records. For Certificate students, contact Carly Mahedy, Director of Student Services.

Class Schedules

The schedule of classes is found online in Banner Self Service. Students requesting courses will need to email their 800 #, the course title, and the course CRN # to the Director of Student Services for permits to be granted.  View the University Academic Calendar for each semester's registration deadlines. Current students should attend a group advising session or schedule a meeting with their advisor to discuss course options prior to registering. 

Registration is completed through Web Registration Using My UNC Charlotte. Registration Information & FAQ answers can be found at Questions About Registration.

Professional Development Opportunities

The PSM program works closely with the Center for Graduate Life to provide professional development opportunities tailored to the unique needs of graduate and professional students.  A wide variety of free workshops are offered regularly on topics including professional speaking, resume writing, and career preparation throughout the semester.

Conference Travel

The department offers professional development travel awards for interested students who are in the Professional Science Masters Program. Students will be informed about upcoming conferences during the semester. If you are interested, you will be asked to submit a proposal to Joshua Hertel, outlining the event you wish to attend and how the information gained from the event will benefit the department.

If granted a travel award, you will be expected to present pertinent information to fellow students regarding key take-a-ways from the event upon your return.