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.
Students can apply to the second year of Shenandoah University’s Pharm.D. program in their junior year—saving a year of time and tuition.
Pharmaceutical Sciences students can take part in summer internships tailored toward their career ambitions. The internships unfold at local pharmaceutical companies and world-renowned government agencies.
Students begin the Pharmaceutical Sciences program their junior year. The degree program prepares students for entrance into Pharm.D., Ph.D. and M.D. programs.
The peace studies program explores the causes of war and conflict, the various ways to achieve resolution and methods of preventing conflict.