Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies offers the following program specialties through Nursing@Georgetown:

Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)

Earn your Master of Science degree in Nursing in two years with our FNP program. This program will prepare you with the academic knowledge and clinical skills you need to be a leader in health promotion, disease prevention, assessment, and management of common acute and chronic illnesses.

Nurse-Midwifery/Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (NM/WHNP)

This Master of Science degree in Nursing program prepares you to manage women's normal obstetrical and gynecological needs during their childbearing years, to manage the care of the normal newborn, and to provide primary care to women throughout the lifespan.

Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP)

The Women's Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP) program prepares nurses to take on leadership roles as primary care providers for women throughout the lifespan. Students will develop the skills to treat and prevent illnesses that occur in women from menarche through menopause, provide services such as prenatal and postpartum care, and manage general wellness and preventative health care.

Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (AG-ACNP)

The Master of Science degree in Nursing AG-ACNP program prepares you to become a clinical expert and exceptional caregiver in diverse settings, while providing acute care management for patients in complex care practices.


As a Nursing@Georgetown student, you experience:

Live, collaborative online classes taught by renowned Georgetown University NHS faculty members

Dynamic coursework that includes interactive assignments delivered on our online platform, 2GU

Hands-on learning through clinical placements and On-Campus Intensive Learning Immersions (OCIs)

Dedicated support from the Georgetown community — from admissions guidance to technology training and career development opportunities


"This learning platform is pioneering distance education without compromising Georgetown University's educational standards."

–Randulf Erguiza (G'14)