FALL 2020 DROP/ADD WEEK-Current FSU Students Wishing to Change Your Major into IMS

Aug 21, 2020

• The Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences (IMS) Degree Program will NOT be holding in-person walk-in hours during the drop/add period. Additionally, IMS academic advisors will not be taking appointments during the week of Monday, August 24 – Thursday, August 27. Please consult the IMS Announcement’s Module on the IMS Homepage for the latest information on Drop/Add procedures. For assistance please read the below. We will be responding to email as time allows.


1. You can find more information about our program here. You may email IMSadvising@med.fsu.edu for general information.

2. You will need to be on track with our mapping milestones to be approved for a major change.

a. To view the Clinical Professions academic map click here.

b. To view the Community Patient Care academic map click here.

c. To view the Health Management, Policy, & Information academic map click here.

3. Submit our IMS Experiential Seminar Placement Form. Please click here for more information.

4. After your IMS Experiential Seminar Placement Form has been reviewed by our office, you will be notified by email regarding your next steps. Note that this can take several business days, and we cannot guarantee that you will be approved for a major change prior to the end of drop/add. We appreciate your patience in advance.