Academic Advising

What is academic advising?

It is a process that helps you plan your courses and activities, and to achieve your academic goals. Departmental academic advisors are full-time faculty members who are familiar with our degree programs and curricula, and who will help you plan and schedule your courses to meet degree requirements. Each individual student is assigned a departmental faculty advisor.

Who is my academic advisor?

To find out who your academic advisor is (and their contact information):

  1. Log in to myMiami.
  2. Click the "Student" tab located near the top of the screen.
  3. Your advisor will be listed in the top-right corner.

Combined Program

Interested in the combined (bachelor's–master's) program? Please see our page for this program and speak with our combined program advisor.

Departmental Advisors

Chemistry and biochemistry majors will typically be assigned an advisor at the end of their freshman year. If you have not yet been assigned an advisor, please refer to the following table.

If you have questions regarding... Advisor to see Contact info
Transfer Credits,
Change of Major,
DARs and degree requirement issues, Registration issues,
And other general advising questions

Chief Departmental Advisor
Dr. Heeyoung Tai
Dr. Ann Hagerman

For our majors:
(Chemistry or Biochemistry)
Major requirement, course planning and scheduling, other general academic concerns
Check Banner to see your assigned faculty advisor
Bachelors-Masters combined Program:
Admission and degree requirement

Combined Program advisor

Dr. Ann E. Hagerman
238 Hughes

Pre-med Co-major, other health professional school preparation

Mallory-Wilson Center
for Healthcare Education

 106 Pearson Hall