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Location: Research Building, Rm. W309A Phone: (202) 687.8993 Visit the: Website Browse: Courses Meet: Faculty
The Health Physics Program leads to a master's degree with an option to specialize in either health physics or environmental health physics. A part-time evening program designed for working professionals, it has been designed to provide students with the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge to become competent health physicists. Students in the program have the opportunity to gain valuable experience in various areas associated with health physics, such as basic radiation physics, radiation detection and dosimetry, environmental radiation protection and radiation biology.
Location: Harris Building, Suite 5000 Phone: (202) 687.0880 Visit the: Website
The Health Policy Institute is a multi-disciplinary group of faculty and staff dedicated to conducting research on key issues in health policy and health services research. Institute members are engaged in a wide diversity of projects, focusing on issues relating to health care financing, the uninsured, federal health insurance reforms, quality of care and outcomes research, mental health services research, and the impact of changes in the health care market on providers and patients.
Location: St. Mary's Hall, 230 Phone: (202) 687.8521 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty
The Department of Health Systems Administration offers a bachelor’s degree in health care management and policy, a nationally ranked master of science in health systems administration for early careerists, and an executive master of science in health systems administration for mid-career professionals. The core emphases of the programs are quality of care, the hospital as the central resource and critical thinking.
Location: Poulton Hall North, Second Floor Phone: (202) 687.5743 Visit the: Website
A minor in modern Hebrew is available through the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies.
Location: Lombardi Comprehensive Care Center, E-501 Phone: (202) 444.2198 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty
Georgetown's Hematology/Oncology Fellowship Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) for subspecialty training. The three-year program leads to eligibility for both subspecialty certifying examinations.
Location: ICC, 600 Phone: (202) 687.6061 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty
The Georgetown Department of History faculty and classes seeks to have a global reach. The department is strong in U.S. and European history, and in the rest of the world – with notable depth in Russia and Eastern Europe; the Middle East, Arab and Islamic domains; East Asia; Latin America; and Africa. The history department has increasing emphases in the classroom and in its faculty scholarship on transnational history, including the Atlantic World, the Pacific World, international diplomacy and cultural interactions, the environment and comparative gender relations.
Location: 3520 Prospect Street, N.W., Suite 305 Phone: (202) 687.7023 Visit the: Website
The Hoya Battalion is one of the finest Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps programs in the nation, with students from Georgetown, The George Washington University, American University, Catholic University of America and the Institute of World Politics. The battalion has a long and distinguished history of training officers for the United States Army.
LOCATION: 640 Massachusetts Ave NW PHONE: (202) 687.8700 VISIT THE: Website
The Human Resources Management Program features an applied curriculum focused on specialized critical thinking and analytical skills that leads to the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) degree. Students gain an advanced understanding of the challenges and opportunities related to human capital management while developing expertise in concentrations including international human resources management, diversity and inclusion management and strategic human capital management.
Location: St. Mary's Hall, 254 Phone: (202) 687.8941 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty
The Department of Human Science offers a bachelor’s degree in human science. Departmental faculty structure scientific teaching around human application. The department houses an honors program, an innovative translational health science internship program in Argentina and a pipeline program for high school students from rural and underserved areas who want to study health, science and technology at the collegiate level.
Location: New North, 306 Phone: (202) 687.7435 Visit the: Website
Georgetown students in the College are required to take one course from each of the following two categories: Humanities and Writing I, an intensive writing seminar (with no more than 20 students) centered on the analytic study of complex cultural texts; and Humanities and Writing II, an introduction to a humanities discipline other than philosophy, theology and history that is taught in English with a writing component and ordinarily capped at no more than 35 students.
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Georgetown created a Center for Hypertension and Renal Disease Research in 2000. The center grew out of research strengths within the Division Nephrology and Hypertension and encompasses faculty members from a wide variety of other clinical and basic science departments. It brings together a diverse group of investigators and educators committed to working on areas of common interest in vascular biology, hypertension and renal disease.
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