Advising is offered to current and prospective students throughout their academic journey. Whether you have questions about programs, courses, scheduling, internships or career plans, our advisors at the School of Global Health Management and Informatics can help.
How to Reach Us
School of Global Health Management and Informatics
Dr. Phillips Academic Commons (DPAC)
How to Prepare for Your Appointment
Choose a location for your virtual appointment that is private and free of distractions.
Be sure to have your audit, records and questions readily available during your appointment.
Be ready to provide identifying information, such as your UCF ID number so your advisor can confirm your identity before starting the advising session.
Executive Master of Health Administration
General Questions: eMHA@ucf.edu
Undergraduate students: Use the Pegasus Path tool or your MyKnightAudit in the student self-service tab in myUCF to determine which classes you should sign up for and when. You can also use the plan of study template to plan ahead. If you have specific scheduling questions, contact your program advisor.
Graduate students: Students receive a graduate plan of study to follow at the start of their program. If you have fallen out of that sequence, contact your program advisor to discuss how to move forward with registration.
Program prerequisites are not guaranteed to be offered online but students can choose to take them as transient students. Students who are enrolled in one state college or university but take a course at another state college or university are called transient students. Before taking a course at another institution, students must complete and submit an online transient student application. For additional information, please contact your program advisor or the Office of Undergraduate Affairs.
Students complete an internship toward the end of their programs. In order to apply for an internship, students must meet the internship pre-requisites and complete an online orientation. Be sure to check the internship requirements and contact your program advisor before starting the application process.