Working with Catholic University of America, as well as with the support of the Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA), Georgetown University Medical Center is launching Master of Arts and certificate programs in Catholic Clinical Ethics.
Georgetown University offers a variety of biomedical master's degree programs. Many offer both fall and spring admission as well as the opportunity to choose between attending full- or part-time. Students attending full-time typically complete their degree requirements in one year.
Georgetown University offers six graduate-level certificate programs. These programs are designed to supplement and build on the knowledge of working professionals who desire additional training in the biomedical field.
Grant Kern, M.S. in Systems Medicine, has had a keen interest in using science to improve people's lives since elementary school. He is currently applying to medical schools, and hopes to combine the skills as an MD with the tools gained from the Systems Medicine program to improve the prevention and treatment of diseases.
Aminah Sané Ghaffar, M.S. in Complementary & Alternative Medicine and 2017 Hoyas Scholarship Recipient, aspires to become a physician in hopes to alleviate health disparities in underserved communities.