Policies and Procedures
Guidelines, Procedures, & Policies Governing Medical Biophysics Graduate Students
NEW Students must complete the Proposed Advisory Committee form and submit to email@example.com after ALL signators have signed.
After each Advisory Committee Meeting, the Advisory Committee Meeting Report Form must be submitted to the Medical Biophysics Graduate Office after ALL signators have signed.
- Refer to the Guidelines for Choosing an Advisory Committee (PDF, 101.6KB)
- Refer to the Preparation Guidelines for the Low Level Comprehensive Examination
(For all 1st year MSc students and 1st year PhD students who did not complete a MSc degree from Western's Medical Biophysics graduate program - PDF, 50.9KB)
After successful completion of the mid level comprehensive examination, the Mid-Level Comprehensive Examination Report Form must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org after ALL signators have signed.
This pertains to 1st year PhD students entering the program with a previous MSc degree and MSc students reclassifying to PhD status by end of their 5th academic terms.
- Refer to PhD Proposal Defense Guidelines (PDF, 62.2KB)
For PhD students with a previous MSc degree, a completed PhD Proposal Report Form must be submitted to email@example.com after ALL signators have signed.
For MSc students who are reclassifying, a completed Medical Biophysics MSc to PhD Reclassification Report Form must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org after ALL signators have signed otherwise the reclassification will NOT be officially recognized by SGPS.
Students may appeal an academic decision or ruling in accordance with the appeal procedures set out below. Students have a right to appeal to their graduate programs, and if unsuccessful, to the Vice-Provost (Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies). Some decisions may be appealed further to the Senate Review Board Academic. The Vice-Provost’s rulings in academic matters are final unless overturned or modified on appeal to the Senate Review Board Academic (SRBA). A decision or ruling remains in effect unless overturned or modified by the individual or body hearing an appeal of that decision or ruling.