The School of Nursing reflects a renewed commitment to the largest health care profession, and the School of Health focuses on Georgetown’s interdisciplinary strengths in health, health care and policy.
Students in the School of Medicine can now receive additional training to help patients affected by the growing effects of climate change, including climate migration and expanding infectious diseases.
For those seeking to help organizations reduce their impact on the environment by harnessing the power of business, Georgetown is offering a new interdisciplinary M.S. in Environment and Sustainability Management.
Part of preclinical education, first-year medical students work with community sites in the Washington, DC, area serving vulnerable populations, including persons with disabilities, older adults and persons in supportive housing.