This seminar provides practical and theoretical guidance for curriculum development, an essential skill for Behavioral Medicine educators. We outline a logical process, give examples of successful models for diverse settings, and provide resources and strategies for assessment, development and design. Participants will learn general principles of curriculum development and design, including tools and resources that move their curriculum forward and considers the multiple factors that enhance or restrain behavioral science curriculum development. New faculty will be able to quickly ramp up their knowledge and skills in key behavioral science content areas. Mid-to-later career faculty will develop a greater understanding of the curricular strengths and weaknesses of their residency programs with regard to the core principles of Behavioral Medicine. Participants will leave with a plan to develop or enhance their behavioral science curriculum that addresses the behavioral science training needs of their residents to thrive in a rapidly transforming health care system.