Academics Overview

Preparing the Next Generation of Nursing Leaders

Nursing@Georgetown’s programs are designed to provide the education, experience, and credentials you need to advance your nursing career. Our demanding curriculum, designed and delivered by our nationally respected faculty, takes a multidimensional approach to preparing nurses for leadership roles in the health care industry.

The following program specializations are available:

You will be eligible to obtain the following certifications upon completion of the AG-ACNP program:

  • Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner – Board Certified (ACNP-BC)

Graduates of the FNP program will be eligible to obtain the following certifications:

  • Family Nurse Practitioner – Board Certified (FNP-BC)
  • Nurse Practitioner – Certified (NP-C)
 

You will be eligible to obtain the following certifications upon completion of the NM/WHNP program:

  • Certified Nurse – Midwife (CNM)
  • Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner – Board Certified (WHNP-BC)

Graduates of the WHNP program are able to pursue board certification through:

  • The National Certification Corporation (NCC)

Nursing@Georgetown offers two entry points for the DNP program. The Post-Master’s DNP program, designed for practicing APRNs or nurses employed in advanced nursing roles with a master’s degree, focuses on equipping you with leadership and systems expertise. The BSN to DNP program is designed for RNs with a BSN. You will complete a leadership-focused curriculum while also preparing to pursue APRN certification in your specialization of choice.