The program is specifically designed for and tailored to military personnel.
A course on medical terms from Greek and Latin helps students master medical vocabulary. They learn word elements from Greek and Latin and the principles that govern both the formation of medical words and the derivation of their meanings.
Astronomy students often immerse themselves in the sciences, taking engineering, biology, chemistry as well as physics courses.
Through proficiency in Arabic, students can understand and interpret contemporary and historical texts for specific academic pursuits.
This program is conducted at GW's Virginia Science and Research Center, a cutting-edge facility in Ashburn, Va.
This interdisciplinary program involves both in-class and hands-on laboratory learning.