Mayo Graduate School Course Information
This page contains quarterly detailed schedules and annual course schedules, as well as announcements about registration, course additions and course cancellations. Check periodically to stay up-to-date on current Mayo Graduate School (MGS) course offerings in clinical and translational science.
Spring quarter registration announcements
Spring quarter started April 1 and is currently in progress. Many courses are filled to capacity or have passed the date for late registration. If you have a question regarding late registration, please contact a team member on our Education Contacts page.
Summer quarter course announcements
Registration for summer quarter starts in June. These required courses are offered in summer quarter and will also be offered in winter.
- CTSC 5300: Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology
- CTSC 5310: Clinical Epidemiology II (requires prerequisite CTSC 5300)
- CTSC 5600: Statistics in Clinical Research
- CTSC 5601: Utilizing Statistics in Clinical Research (requires prerequisite CTSC 5600)
- CORE 6000: Responsible Conduct of Research
CTSC 5250: Communicating Your Science to the Public
Jen McCormick, Ph.D., and Ashok Kumbamu, Ph.D., are introducing a new course this summer. CTSC 5250: Communicating Your Science to the Public is designed to help the researcher understand how communication outside of the laboratory can positively impact the public's perception and trust of science. It also creates the opportunity for the community to better understand and embrace science and technology at a new level.
CTSC 5850: Introduction to Psychological and Behavioral Measurement
CTSC 5850: Introduction to Psychological and Behavioral Measurement will be offered this summer. The course director is Glenn E. Smith, Ph.D., L.P., former principal investigator for the Education Core, Mayo Alzheimer's Disease Research Center, and associate director of education resources for the Mayo Clinic CTSA.
Researchers will learn how to identify and properly use tools for measuring behavioral and psychological variables, such as mood, cognition or attitudes. Researchers will learn methods to accurately measure and validate these "unseen" psychological variables. Prerequisites for the course include CTSC 5600: Statistics in Clinical Research and CTSC 5601: Utilizing Statistics in Clinical Research.
All course work to complete the CTSA Ph.D. Program, Postdoctoral Master's Degree Program and Postdoctoral Certificate Program is through MGS. Course registration is completed through Self-Service Banner (EdLink Portal), a Web-based registration system that allows active and current students online, real-time registration.
- Log in to EdLink Portal with your Mayo Clinic LAN ID and password to access self-service course registration.
- A user guide is available (must be logged in to the Mayo network).
- See FAQs for CTSA course registration.
Quarterly detailed course schedules
Quarterly schedules are updated periodically. Please see course descriptions for additional course overviews and prerequisites.
Annual course schedule
The annual course schedule is updated throughout the year and is subject to change. For specific course dates and times, please refer to the quarterly detailed course schedule.
Our Education Contacts page contains a listing of team members who can assist you with questions.