Bachelor’s – Nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a traditional four-year program. A highly regarded faculty provides students with a grounding in clinical skills; knowledge in the biological, physical, and social sciences; and nursing theory. Students have access to diverse health systems and community-based organizations around the Washington region and the O'Neill Family Foundation Clinical Simulation Center in St. Mary's Hall. Students are well prepared for the NCLEX-RN examination. Alumni of the BSN Program have gone on to diverse careers, prestigious graduate programs, and leadership roles in various sectors.
- Direct-entry nursing program with hands-on clinical experience in the first year of study
- 850+ total clinical hours in a variety of clinical settings
- Senior nursing practicum allows students to gain further experience in an area of their choice
- High first-time pass rates on NCLEX-RN exam
- A BSN Honors Program (more information below)
- State-of-the-art O’Neill Family Foundation Clinical Simulation Center
Start getting ready to apply today!
Early Action – November 1, 2021
Regular Decision – January 10, 2022
Transfer – March 1, 2022
To Applicants: Thank you for your interest in the School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS). As you may have read, Georgetown is planning to launch a School of Nursing and a School of Health by July 1, 2022. We expect that NHS’s current academic programs will continue on through these two new schools. We plan for the BSN, the MS in Nursing, the DNAP, the DNP, and the PhD in Nursing will be housed in the planned future School of Nursing. We plan for the BS programs in Global Health, Health Care Management & Policy, and Human Science and the MS program in Health Systems Administration will be housed in the planned future School of Health. The future organizational homes of these programs will not affect your application – students admitted to any of these programs will become students in the new schools when they are established.
BSN Honors Program
The purpose of this three-semester Honors Program is to allow those students in the undergraduate nursing major with academic potential to be challenged at the highest level. Participants in the Nursing Honors Program will address, through scholarly inquiry, a contemporary issue related to clinical nursing practice.
What Georgetown Nursing is known for . . .
- Georgetown’s nursing programs are recognized by the National League for Nursing as a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education.
- Georgetown houses the O’Neill Family Foundation Clinical Simulation Center, an immersive facility for nursing students to build and refine their skills as professional and advanced nurses.
- Georgetown educates nurses who are well prepared for licensure and certification examinations; first-time pass rates are exceptional, when not perfect.
- Georgetown maintains thousands of clinical affiliation agreements to support the educational process of its graduate and undergraduate nursing students.
- Nursing faculty contributes to the school’s scholarly production each year through publications in journals and books.
- Georgetown’s nursing alumni have become leaders and work in the federal government, higher education and the military, community-based organizations, and health systems, to name a few areas.
- Georgetown nursing launched the university’s first-ever online degree-granting program.
- Please visit our About Us page for detailed information on programmatic accreditations.
Schedule a meeting with your academic dean or visit our student resources page for academic calendars and other information.