Evolve your nursing career with Georgetown University’s School of Nursing & Health Studies, where you will be empowered to practice with purpose through our commitment to health equity and service to others.
CCNE-Accredited Programs — The MS in Nursing program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
As Few as 23–27 Months to Complete — Time to complete varies depending on your program track of choice.
Clinical Placement Specialists — Our clinical placement team will help you secure placements that align with your program track and goals.1
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Practice With Purpose
Specialization areas: FNP, WHNP, NM/WHNP, or AG-ACNP
Board certification rates for some specialization areas2
Health care providers and clinical placement settings across 49 states
Pursue Your Own Path
If you’re ready to evolve your nursing practice, the online Master’s in Nursing from Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies offers multiple pathways for you to provide care for the populations you want to serve. A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree or CNL/entry-level MSN from a CCNE- or ACEN-accredited program is required to apply.
Classes led by active practitioners
Applied learning in your own community
Dedicated student support
Real-world experience plays a critical role in developing our students. In addition to attending weekly, live classes, you can expect to participate in Objective Clinical Intensives (OCIs) — academic visits during which you’ll learn and practice clinical skills, and complete in-person physical assessments. Upon completing the program, nurses graduate ready to advance their careers and continue their path as reflective health care leaders and scholars.
Join a nursing community dedicated to intellectual inquiry and compassionate care.
1While every effort is made to achieve successful placement, clinical placement is not guaranteed. The Nursing@Georgetown team strives to identify clinical sites that meet Georgetown University standards within a reasonable distance of their communities.arrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference 2This statistic reflects certification rate information for graduates of Georgetown University’s online MS in Nursing program in 2019. The rates were as follows: 2019 ANCC School Certification rate: 100%. 2019 AACN School Certification Rate: 100%. For reference, the national pass rates were as follows: 2020 ANCC certification rate for AG-ACNP: 91%; 2020 AACN certification rate for AG-ACNP: 86%. Retrieved from https://www.nursingworld.org/~49a2df/globalassets/docs/ancc/ancc-cert-data-website.pdfarrow_upwardReturn to footnote reference