Program Experience

The Nursing@Georgetown programs focus on supporting students in their goal of becoming excellent nurse practitioners. Learn more about this academically rigorous, values-based program below:

Live Online Classes


Using video conferencing technology, Nursing@Georgetown classes are delivered in a live, collaborative online format. Students join fellow nurses in weekly classes hosted by renowned Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) faculty members. The small student-to-faculty ratio helps students form strong relationships with their classmates and instructors.

To give you a firsthand look at the Nursing@Georgetown learning experience, we are offering you the opportunity to visit a class with current students, just as you might for an on-campus program. You will see how our technology both animates the course content and allows our students to collaborate in real time, forming close relationships even in a virtual classroom.

To schedule your class visit, contact an Admissions Counselor at 1-877-910-4692 or

Below, you can view a sample of a live class session. This selection was recorded during Health Care Ethics (NURO 518), one of Nursing@Georgetown’s core courses:

 Small Classes: A student-to-faculty ratio of approximately 12:1.

Recorded Sessions: Review live class sessions any time, from anywhere.

Real-Time Interaction: Live classes actively engage students with peers and faculty.

Dynamic Course Content

Throughout each week, students complete dynamic coursework in preparation for the week’s live sessions. These interactive assignments can be completed 24/7 from any connected device and feature engaging multimedia content such as highly produced videos, interactive readings, and quizzes. View sample coursework videos below:

In-Person Experiences

While classes and coursework for Nursing@Georgetown are completed online, real-world experience plays a critical role in developing nurses who are morally reflective health care leaders and scholars. Hands-on learning is delivered in two essential ways:

Clinical Placement Experience
Throughout the program, students participate in carefully monitored clinical placement experiences working under the supervision of a designated clinical preceptor. Learn more about clinical placement.

On-Campus Intensive Learning Immersions (OCI)
Depending on their program of study, students complete one or more visits to the Georgetown University campus and NHS’s affiliate organizations to collaborate with peers and complete dynamic simulations. Learn more about OCIs.




Complimentary Global Access WeWork Membership

Nursing@Georgetown students receive a complimentary Global Access WeWork membership, which gives them access to hundreds of workspaces worldwide, each with on-site support staff and amenities — including printing and copying, kitchen and lounge areas, mail and package handling, reliable Wi-Fi and coffee and fresh fruit water.

WeWork offers students a space to study, attend online classes, and connect with a professional community through networking events and wellness sessions. Students also will be able to collaborate with local classmates in person, reinforcing the sense of community that is a hallmark of Nursing@Georgetown.


LinkedIn Premium Career Access

Through Nursing@Georgetown, you will receive access to LinkedIn Premium Career, which allows you to:

  • Gain insight into who’s viewed your profile and how they found you, giving you the opportunity to strengthen your professional network.
  • Directly message prospective hiring managers, helping you keep your name and resume top of mind.
  • View salary and applicant insights so that you can apply to jobs with confidence and see how you compare to other applicants.

LinkedIn Premium Career also helps you grow in your current role through LinkedIn Learning, a library of short videos and courses curated by LinkedIn that provides you with the resources to sharpen your nursing skills.

Support Every Step of The Way

Be it admissions guidance, post-enrollment support, technology training, faculty office hours, or even lifelong networking and career-development opportunities, students have access to support from the NHS community. See all the ways we support our nursing students.