Graduate & Professional Bulletins
The graduate and professional Bulletins are the catalogs of programs, degree requirements, courses that may be offered and course descriptions, pertinent university policies and faculty of the following schools of Washington University in St. Louis: Architecture & Urban Design; Art; Arts & Sciences; Business; Engineering; Law; Medicine; and Social Work & Public Health.
The University College Bulletin is the catalog of University College, the professional and continuing education division at Washington University in St. Louis. The catalog includes programs, degree requirements, course descriptions and pertinent university policies for students earning a degree through University College.
The 2022-23 Bulletin is entirely online but may be downloaded in PDF format for printing. Individual pages as well as information from individual tabs may be downloaded in PDF format using the PDF icon in the top right corner of each page. To download the full PDF, please choose from the following:
- Architecture & Urban Design Bulletin (PDF)
- Art Bulletin (PDF)
- Arts & Sciences Bulletin (PDF)
- Business Bulletin (PDF)
- Engineering Bulletin (PDF)
- Law Bulletin (PDF)
- Medicine Bulletin (PDF)
- Social Work & Public Health Bulletin (PDF)
- University College Bulletin (undergraduate & graduate) (PDF)
The degree requirements and policies listed in the 2022-23 Bulletin apply to students entering Washington University during the 2022-23 academic year. For more information, please visit the Catalog Editions page.
Every effort is made to ensure that the information, applicable key policies and other materials presented in the Bulletin are accurate and correct as of the date of publication (July 1, 2022). To view a list of changes that have taken place after that date, visit the Program & Policy Updates page. Please note that the Bulletin highlights key university policies applicable to its students. Not all applicable university and departmental policies are included here.
Washington University reserves the right to make changes at any time without prior notice to the Bulletin and to university policies. Therefore, the electronic version of the Bulletin as published online is considered the official, governing document, and it may change from time to time without notice.
The next edition of the Bulletin will be published on July 5, 2023. In the interim, semester course offerings will be found in Washington University's Course Listings; these are usually available at the end of September for the upcoming spring semester, in early February for the upcoming summer semester, and in late February for the upcoming fall semester. Midyear changes to current courses (titles, descriptions, and credit units) are not reflected in this Bulletin and will only appear in the Course Listings. For more information about determining the appropriate edition of the Bulletin to consult, please visit the Catalog Editions page in the About This Bulletin section.
For the most current information about registration and available courses, visit WebSTAC and Course Listings, respectively. Please email the Bulletin editor, Jennifer Gann, with any questions concerning the Bulletin.
If you are a Bulletin page owner or approver and need more information about the editing process and the CourseLeaf CAT software, visit the Bulletin User Guide. Please note that you will be asked to log in using your WUSTL Key.