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Location: Medical and Dental Building Phone: (202) 687-3922 Visit the: Website
The Department of Radiation Medicine offers students an overview of oncology, including the role of radiation therapy in cancer management and radiation research. To present information useful to the student's comprehensive training, the department emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach, employing radiation therapy, surgery and medical oncology in effective cancer management.
Location: Concentrated Care Center Phone: (202) 444.3400 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty
The Department of Radiology provides comprehensive imaging services in support of the clinical practices of the Medical Center and the Washington, D.C., community, and has particular strengths in advanced diagnosis and therapy. The department has a full complement of modern imaging systems, including digital radiography and mammography, angiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasonography, positron emission computed tomography and nuclear medicine.
LOCATION: 640 Massachusetts Ave NW PHONE: (202) 687.8700 VISIT THE: Website
The Real Estate Program features a comprehensive and advanced applied curriculum that leads to the Master of Professional Studies (MPS) degree. The program creates a learning environment of "supported challenge," in which students master the advanced academic and professional skills needed to meet the challenges of today's real estate and related financial, construction and environmental markets.
Location: ICC, 301 Phone: (202) 687.5696 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty Browse: Courses
The major in regional and comparative studies in the School of Foreign Service allows students to focus on the detailed study of one “regional study” or two "comparative studies." World regions include Africa; Asia; Western Europe; Latin America; the Middle East; the region comprising Russia, Eurasia and Eastern Europe; the United States and the region comprising Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. Sociology and anthropology focused courses, in addition to the study of a relevant language, allow majors to gain in-depth knowledge.
Location: 3307 M Street, Suite 200 Phone: (202) 687.5119 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty Browse: Programs
The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs is at the heart of a university-wide effort to make Georgetown a global leader in the interdisciplinary study of religion and the advancement of interreligious understanding. It draws on and contributes to Georgetown's strengths, including academic excellence; its Washington, D.C., location; its international reach; and its Catholic and Jesuit tradition that is open to other faiths and the wider world. Generous support from William R. Berkley, a member of Georgetown's board of directors, has enabled the center's rapid growth.
Location: 4301 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 310 Phone: (202) 687.1392 Visit the: Website
The Institute for Reproductive Health was founded in 1985 as part of the Georgetown University Medical Center. Informed choice, culturally-appropriate approaches to training and service delivery, partnerships and research have been the cornerstones of the institute's work.
Location: Medical and Dental Building Phone: (202) 687.8233 Visit the: Website
Our rheumatology residency and fellow programs offer the opportunity for superb training in one of the finest medical centers in the country. Georgetown offers a variety of clinical venues, exposure to top notch clinicians, educators and researchers, through residency training and education to prepare you for medicine in the years to come.
Location: ICC, 307A-H Phone: (202) 687.6147 Visit the: Website Meet: Faculty Browse: Courses
The program of studies leading to a Russian major educates students to recognize the complexity inherent in all cultures, including their own. The Russian major comprises a rigorous curriculum focusing on Russia, Russian language, and the people of Russia.The Department of Slavic Languages recognizes four inter-related curricular foci, including communication; culture; academic and professional applications; and "De-Othering the Other." The Department of Slavic Languages offers an undergraduate major in Russian and Russian with Business Coursework and minors in Russian and Russian Literature and Culture and participates in the Russian and East European Studies Certificate program and the five-year Joint Bachelor of Arts/Master of Arts in Eastern European Studies degree program.
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