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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Division of Public Health Sciences Master of Population Health Sciences Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search Home OverviewOverview Length and Structure Who Can Apply Learning Objectives & Goals FAQs What is Population Health Science? MPHS News Programs & CertificatesPrograms & Certificates MD/MPHS Clinical Epidemiology Concentration Certificate in Clinical Effectiveness Certificate in Health Equity and Disparities Publications Teaching Faculty AdmissionsAdmissions Tuition and Fees Scholarships & Financial Aid Application Deadlines Start a Scholarship CoursesCourses MPHS Core Courses MPHS Elective Courses Academic Calendar StudentsStudents Resources Student Handbook Contact Us Open Search Courses Finding courses Courses offered in the MPHS program are categorized as either a core course or an elective course. All 7 core courses are required for MPHS students, and elective courses are chosen based on career goals and interests. MPHS students: Read the academic overview for more information on the MPHS curriculum. Who can take courses Courses in the MPHS program are open to: Students enrolled in the MPHS program Students enrolled in other master’s-level programs at Washington University MDs and clinical doctorates who wish to take one or several courses to build a specific skill set Course length Some courses run the entire semester. These courses are designated as Fall 1 and 2 or Spring 1 and 2. Other courses run only part of the semester (example: Fall 1 or Spring 2). Some courses last only a few weeks and are noted as such. Refer to the academic calendar and each course’s syllabus for session and semester dates. How to register Contact MPHS Program Coordinator, at [email protected]. When to register Many courses reach capacity quickly. Contact Monique Stoves several months or weeks before the course is scheduled to begin. The latest you can register is the week a course begins.  Classrooms All MPHS courses are held on the second floor of the Taylor Avenue Building on the Washington University medical campus. Refer to each course’s syllabus for the classroom name and number. Parking The MPHS program does not have parking space available for students. If you must drive to the medical campus, use the Clayton Avenue Garage (next to the Taylor Avenue Building) or the Metro Garage (across the street, north of the Taylor Avenue Building). These are both pay-per-hour lots. Courses MPHS Core Courses MPHS Elective Courses Academic Calendar Master of Population Health Sciences600 S. Taylor Ave, 2nd FloorSt. Louis, MO [email protected] Us Facebook ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis

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