Students can also pursue Emergency Health Services as a secondary field of study. Or, earn undergraduate certificates in CPR and First Aid or Emergency Medical Technician.
National Registry or state EMT-Paramedics can receive up to 28 transfer credits for their certifications.
All courses are offered online in a flexible format that meets the needs of busy, working EMS professionals.
Our faculty works with NASA on research to improve weather forecasting and our understanding of global warming.
Have you ever designed a system the size of one nanometer? Come to GW and you will.
Learn from faculty who work to design high-speed telecommunications networks that are faster and more secure.
At GW, we are developing sensor technology that could be used to detect gas or chemical attacks.
The program’s location on the Foggy Bottom Campus provides unparalleled access to economic institutions such as the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the Federal Reserve, the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Labor.