All CUNY faculty members, postdoctoral scholars, graduate and undergraduate students involved in human subjects research as key personnel must complete the Basic Course in the protection of human subjects prior to Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval of their protocol. Certificate of completion of the basic course is valid for three years. For more on how CUNY defines Responsible Conduct of Research, click here.
If you have not yet completed the online training follow these instructions:
1. Log-in or register if you are a first-time user (the URL is https://www.citiprogram.org)
2. Click on “Add a course or update your learner groups”
3. Select the curriculum which you would like to complete: you will select the "HSR for Undergraduate Students - Basic/Refresher."
|Please click here to see a more detailed guide for the test that you will need to take.|
October 8 Deadline
Please come to class WITH A PASSING score on your human subjects certification test. Please do not leave this test for the last minute as it will take a few hours to complete. It is an online learning module with tests after each module. After you complete the test, you are given a certificate (see sample to the left). You need to print out the actual certificate and come to class with it. Hold on to this certificate. It is good for three years. You can use it again later when you work as a research assistant with another faculty member here at John Jay. This actual certificate submitted on this day of class will count as reading response #4 (4 points).