The George Washington University (GW) was founded in 1821 and is located in Washington, D.C., the heart of international law, health care and business. GW's location and close relationships with prominent health care agencies and their officials distinguish the opportunities they provide students. GW's legacy of preparing leaders who create positive change begins with connecting them to the leaders of today.
GW's faculty includes renowned experts in health care, from emergency care to regional health care providers, corporations and globally influential agencies. Students also benefit from an extensive alumni network of current experts in their fields.
Washington, D.C., isn't just where the George Washington University (GW) is located; it's what distinguishes the connections and opportunities GW provides. Located at the hub of international science, health policy and business, GW links you to renowned experts and institutions in the field through program faculty and industry collaborators. The programs at GW are designed around emerging fields in cooperation with leading agencies, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), and are led by active experts in the field. Connect with and learn from these authoritative health care leaders in programs on the forefront of industry trends.
GW's online programs are designed to give you immediate added value within your current organization while preparing you for advancement into more specialized roles upon completion. The flexible structure of an online degree allows you to maintain your personal and professional commitments while making prominent industry connections. Gain the knowledge and skills to create positive change in GW's ever-evolving health care system.
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