The Clinical Investigation and Applied Health Behavior curricula were created to provide didactic instruction in topics that are relevant and critical to all clinical and behavioral research. Clinical Investigation courses are open to scholars participating in affiliated Washington University graduate or post graduate programs, and to individuals with a post-graduate degree in medicine or health who are employees of a partner institution. Health Behavior courses are open to professionals who have earned a baccalaureate degree and want to coordinate and manage health-related programs or health behavior research studies.
Course lists for each program, recommended electives, details on registration, tuition, and textbook details can be found on the links to the left of this page. For a full list of courses available at Washington University see WebSTAC.
- Master of Science in Clinical Investigation (MSCI) Courses
Core and elective courses provided by the MSCI degree program begin with M17. Course descriptions and links to previous syllabi can be found on the MSCI Courses webpage.
- Applied Health Behavior Research (AHBR) Courses
Core and elective courses provided by the AHBR degree program begin with M88. Course descriptions and links to previous syllabi can be found on the AHBR Courses webpage.
- Suggested Elective Courses
Scholars in the MSCI or AHBR program looking for electives can view the Suggested Electives webpage. Courses on this page have already been approved as electives for MSCI scholars. Additional courses can be requested as electives on a case-by-case basis. For a full listing of all Washington University courses see WebSTAC.
The registration processes differ dependent on the program you are in or for open enrollment students, based on the program you which to take courses in. For full details on how to register for courses see the Registration webpage.