Through a unique blend of highly interactive online class sessions, collaborative coursework, and real-world clinical experiences, Nursing@Georgetown prepares the next generation of nursing leaders with the skills and knowledge they need to advance their nursing careers.
Nursing@Georgetown program offerings include:
About Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS)
Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) is a values-based organization that educates the health workforce and advances practice, research, and scholarship — with a strong focus on reducing health disparities and promoting health equity around the globe. The multidisciplinary school houses academic programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels that are known for dynamic immersion experiences and excellent outcomes.
Part of the internationally recognized Georgetown University Medical Center, NHS educates tomorrow’s advanced health care professionals in a student-centered research environment. Taught by highly respected faculty, NHS programs are designed to help the next generation of nursing leaders gain the skills and knowledge they need to advance their nursing careers while maintaining their commitment to caring for those in need.
Graduates pursue careers or further study in advanced practice and professional nursing, health management and health policy, law, medicine, public health, and scientific research. Alumni are leaders across industries. Since its founding in 1903, the school has consistently evolved to meet the changing needs of the health sector, all the while embracing Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit identity as a framework.
Mission Statement: Advancing the health and well-being of individuals and communities.
Vision: To be a catalyst for health and social justice in local, national, and global communities through education, scholarship, and social action.