The dual Nurse-Midwifery/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (NM/WHNP) program prepares students for a range of advanced nursing capabilities:
Provide primary care to women across the life span.
Offer reproductive care during the childbearing years.
Manage the care of newborns up to one month.
Through a blend of asynchronous didactic content, synchronous class sessions, and on-campus intensives (OCIs) students benefit from the same academically rigorous, values-based education all Georgetown University students experience.
With the support of a dedicated clinical placement team, students participate in high-quality clinical placement opportunities. Each student partners with an individual preceptor — selected and validated by Georgetown University — who prepares the student with the necessary skills to sit for board certification exams.
This program is completed on a part-time basis over the course of 27 months.
An Online Learning Model That Fosters Collaboration and Shapes Nurse Leaders
Nursing@Georgetown is designed to help you cultivate the expertise and abilities you need to succeed in your nursing career. As a student, you will benefit from several key program features:
High-quality, live-streaming classes that are hosted via the Zoom webinar platform and led by practicing NHS faculty members.
Dynamic course content, including compelling course videos, interactive readings, and preparatory quizzes that equip students for live sessions.
OCI learning immersions, where you will collaborate with peers and complete complex clinical simulations.