Featured Programs (Sponsored)

Degree:
Master of Science Degree in Nursing

The Master of Science degree in Nursing delivered online by Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) blends carefully selected clinical-based nursing experiences and highly interactive online learning. Nursing@Georgetown brings innovative learning to students in their own communities.

Specializations:

  • Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
  • Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AG-ACNP)
  • Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP)
  • Nurse Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (NM/WHNP)

Program Length:
The Nursing@Georgetown FNP program takes 19 months to complete. The AG-ACNP program takes 23 months to complete. The WHNP program takes 27 months to complete. The NM-WHNP program takes 27 months to complete.

Start Dates: January, May and August

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Degree:
Master of Science Degree in Nursing

The Master of Science degree in Nursing delivered online by Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) blends carefully selected clinical-based nursing experiences and highly interactive online learning. Nursing@Georgetown brings innovative learning to students in their own communities.

Specializations:

  • Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)
  • Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AG-ACNP)
  • Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP)
  • Nurse Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (NM/WHNP)

Program Length:
The Nursing@Georgetown FNP program takes 19 months to complete. The AG-ACNP program takes 23 months to complete. The WHNP program takes 24 months to complete. The NM-WHNP program takes 27 months to complete.

Start Dates: January, May and August

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Degree:
Master of Science in Management of Health Informatics and Analytics

Offered by the renowned Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University, the online HealthInformatics@GW program provides students with the opportunity to become innovative problem solvers who have the skills to improve health care systems, patient outcomes and overall public health through the use of data and technology. 

Program Length:
The HealthInformatics@GW program can be completed in as little as two years and as many as four.

Start Dates: January, April, July and October

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Degree:
Master of Science in Management of Health Informatics and Analytics

Offered by the renowned Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University, the online HealthInformatics@GW program provides students with the opportunity to become innovative problem solvers who have the skills to improve health care systems, patient outcomes and overall public health through the use of data and technology. 

Program Length:
The HealthInformatics@GW program can be completed in as little as two years and as many as four.

Start Dates: January, April, July and October

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Degree:
Master of Health Administration (MHA)

MHA@GW is the online Master of Health Administration program from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University. The program is designed to help working professionals, with three or more years experience, develop the skills they need to take on leadership roles across health organizations. The program blends live classes and in-person immersion experiences held in cities across the U.S. and abroad.

Program Length:
The MHA program can be completed in as little as two years and as many as four.

Start Dates: January, April, July and October

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Degree:
Master of Health Administration (MHA)

MHA@GW is the online Master of Health Administration program from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University. The program is designed to help working professionals, with three or more years experience, develop the skills they need to take on leadership roles across health organizations. The program blends live classes and in-person immersion experiences held in cities across the U.S. and abroad.

Program Length:
The MHA program can be completed in as little as two years and as many as four.

Start Dates: January, April, July and October

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Degree:
Master of Public Health (MPH)

Simmons’ online Master of Public Health program, MPH@Simmons, is designed to give you the real-world skills you need to address health inequity on a local, national, and global scale. You’ll learn core public health methodology, leadership, and advocacy skills needed to improve population health equity. Additionally, you’ll participate in on-ground applied-learning experiences during the program. MPH@Simmons can be completed in as few as 21 months. GRE scores are not required to apply.

Focus Area:
Health Equity

Program Length:
This program can be completed in as few as 21 months.

Start Dates: January, July and October

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Degree:
Master of Public Health (MPH)

MPH@GW is an online Master of Public Health program from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University and is designed to help aspiring public health leaders build the core competencies and skills they need to have a positive impact on local, national and global community health. Students can choose from a range of electives to focus their studies on an area of interest.

Focus Areas:
Health Communication, Health Policy, Program Planning and Evaluation, Global Health

Program Length:
There is an accelerated online one-year program option. Additionally, students can earn their MPH online over the course of 18 months, two years or three years. Students have up to four years to complete the degree.

Start Dates: January, April, July and September

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Degree:
Master of Public Health (MPH)

MPH@GW is an online Master of Public Health program from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University and is designed to help aspiring public health leaders build the core competencies and skills they need to have a positive impact on local, national and global community health. Students can choose from a range of electives to focus their studies on an area of interest.

Focus Areas:
Health Communication, Health Policy, Program Planning and Evaluation, Global Health

Program Length:
There is an accelerated online one-year program option. Additionally, students can earn their MPH online over the course of 18 months, two years or three years. Students have up to four years to complete the degree.

Start Dates: January, April, July and September

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Degree:
Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner

Designed for licensed registered nurses (RNs), Nursing@Simmons delivers Simmons School of Nursing and Health Sciences’ (SNHS) renowned Family Nurse Practitioner programs in an innovative, online format that blends online classes and in-person learning experiences. Nursing@Simmons offers two program options for currently licensed RNs: an MSN designed for RNs who have earned a bachelor’s degree and an RN to MSN designed for RNs who have earned an associate degree or diploma in nursing.

Program Length:
The Nursing@Simmons MSN program can be completed full time in an 18–21 month period, or it can be completed part time in a 27–29 month period, depending on your start term. The RN to MSN program can be completed in as little as 30 months full time while the part-time program can be completed in as little as 36 months.

MSN Start Dates: January, March, May, September and November

RN to MSN Start Dates: January, May and September

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Degree:
Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner

Designed for licensed registered nurses (RNs), Nursing@Simmons delivers Simmons School of Nursing and Health Sciences’ (SNHS) renowned Family Nurse Practitioner programs in an innovative, online format that blends online classes and in-person learning experiences. Nursing@Simmons offers two program options for currently licensed RNs: an MSN designed for RNs who have earned a bachelor’s degree and an RN to MSN designed for RNs who have earned an associate degree or diploma in nursing.

Program Length:
The Nursing@Simmons MSN program can be completed full time in an 18–21 month period, or it can be completed part time in a 27–29 month period, depending on your start term. The RN to MSN program can be completed in as little as 30 months full time while the part-time program can be completed in as little as 36 months.

MSN Start Dates: January, March, May, September and November

RN to MSN Start Dates: January, May and September

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Degree:
Master of Science in Nursing

Nursing@USC is the Master of Science in Nursing program from the University of Southern California School of Social Work. Designed for registered nurses who hold a bachelor’s degree and have at least one year of experience, Nursing@USC prepares aspiring family nurse practitioners with a curriculum that integrates nursing and social work disciplines. Students are trained to understand the biomedical and social factors that influence patient well-being. While classes are held online, students also attend two on-campus intensives and complete clinical placements in or near their own communities.

Program Length:
The full-time program (five semesters) can be completed in 21 months. The part-time program (eight semesters) can be completed in 33 months.

Start Dates: September, January and May

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Degree:
Master of Science in Nursing

Nursing@USC is the Master of Science in Nursing program from the University of Southern California School of Social Work. Designed for registered nurses who hold a bachelor’s degree and have at least one year of experience, Nursing@USC prepares aspiring family nurse practitioners with a curriculum that integrates nursing and social work disciplines. Students are trained to understand the biomedical and social factors that influence patient well-being. While classes are held online, students also attend two on-campus intensives and complete clinical placements in or near their own communities.

Program Length:
The full-time program (five semesters) can be completed in 21 months. The part-time program (eight semesters) can be completed in 33 months.

Start Dates: September, January and May

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