The School of Nursing & Health Studies offers several non-degree educational opportunities, such as certificates, minors, and courses. Learn more about the exciting options rangings from minoring in public health and earning a post-master's certificate, to taking pre-requisite coursework in the health sciences. (Learn more about our degree-granting programs.)
The Post-Master’s Certificate Program allows master’s- or doctorally prepared nurses to advance their careers and pursue board certification in various Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) specializations. Learn more about the certificate options.
Undergraduates have two minor options that are offered by the School of Nursing & Health Studies.
- The Health Promotion and Disease Prevention minor is for students at NHS. This minor will provide students with an understanding of the variety of contributing factors to healthful functioning and is appropriate for those students interested in fields such as health science education, health science policy and public health. Learn more about the Health Promotion and Disease Prevention minor.
The Public Health minor is open to students in Georgetown College, the McDonough School of Business, and the School of Nursing & Health Studies. This minor approaches health from an interdisciplinary perspective to promote health and well-being of all individuals, while providing students with a core knowledge of public health so they are prepared for further study and scholarship in the field. Learn more about the Public Health minor.
The School of Nursing & Health Studies offers courses that are often required for various health disciplines. The courses, Human Anatomy & Physiology I and Human Anatomy & Physiology II, are offered online with synchronous and asynchronous content and are open to all non-degree students pursuing a health-based education who need to fulfill prerequisites for nursing or other health professions. Learn more about these pre-requisite courses.