Beyond its main campuses, the George Washington University has established several academic centers to provide graduate educational opportunities to working professionals near their homes and workplaces. These graduate programs provide the full benefit of GW’s internationally recognized academic excellence, adhering to the same high standards as all the University’s programs. Classes are taught by members of GW’s outstanding faculty and are supplemented by the real-world experience and extensive expertise of professionals in the fields.
Alexandria Graduate Education Center
To continue to meet the growing need in the Alexandria, Va., area, this center moved to a new and enhanced location—a few short blocks from the King Street metro stop—in 2008. The center includes a state-of-the-art, dual-boot Mac lab, a community counseling center, an art studio, 11 working classrooms and an ever-changing art gallery. The center offers graduate programs in art therapy, educational administration, human resource development, landscape design, school counseling and public relations, as well as the residential component of several combined online/in-person graduate masters and certificate programs.
Arlington Graduate Education Center
Located near the Ballston metro stop, the center features masters and graduate certificate programs in education, engineering, human resource development, security and tourism administration.
Hampton Roads Center
GW’s Hampton Roads Center has provided world-class programs in southern Virginia since 1958. Located in the Oyster Point Corporate Park in Newport News, Va., the 10,200-square-foot facility focuses on the academic fields of educational leadership, engineering management and human resource development. The center also offers courses throughout the Tidewater region, in Virginia Beach and in Richmond.