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Learn more about why the School of Health could be the best fit for your future.
Why Choose to Attend the School of Health?
An Emphasis on Health Equity and Social Justice
The School of Health is grounded in a social justice framework and committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. (Pictured are students serving at a community-based organization that provides medically tailored meals for clients in the D.C. region living with serious illnesses.)Our Principles
Faculty and Students Engaged in Research
The School of Health’s faculty contributes to Georgetown’s scholarly production each year through publications in journals and books. Opportunities for students to conduct their own research is built into the degree programs.Learn More About Research
An Exceptional Experience
“Georgetown has contributed so much to the person I am today. It truly is a place that brings out the best in you and inspires you to discern how you can contribute to the common good in the future.”Read about Jonathan Picos’ experience
“I’m humbled by my extremely intelligent and impressive peers, and I can see the many ways in which we benefit from small class sizes and personal relationships with our professors.”Read about Anna Schildmeyer’s experience
“Ultimately, my educational experiences at Georgetown go well beyond the classroom, and the people behind these experiences are what make me so grateful to be a part of the Georgetown community.”Read about Samantha Schlageter’s experience
The undergraduate programs at the School of Health prepare students for health care-related careers. Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Global Health, Health Care Management & Policy, or Human Science.Explore Our Bachelor’s Programs
Boost your career trajectory with Georgetown Master’s Degree programs in Global Health or Health Systems Administration.View the Master’s Programs