Clinical Health Sciences (Military Only)

GW is proud to partner with the U.S. Navy to tailor an academic program that allows Independent Duty Corpsman to enhance their medical care skills and be eligible for promotion.

Related Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Military students can also earn an online bachelor’s degree in Clinical Laboratory Science, Clinical Research Administration or Clinical Management and Leadership.

What can I expect to learn in the Clinical Health Sciences (Military Only) program at GW?

The coursework is designed and taught by faculty who understand and appreciate the special qualities that students in the military bring to the classroom. Students further broaden their knowledge of clinical and health care management in military and private sectors.

What is the Clinical Health Sciences (Military Only) community like at GW?

Although students are not required to come to campus, they are an important part of the GW family.  Faculty and staff are committed to providing superior education. They also nurture not only intellectual growth, but also personal and professional development.

What can I do in the Clinical Health Sciences (Military Only) field?

Our graduates work in health care management, education and clinical care. Many have gone on to pursue graduate and professional degrees in such areas as medicine or to become physician assistants.


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    Pursue Advanced Education

    Upon completing your degree, you can continue training to become a physician assistant or pursue additional preparation in public health or clinical management and leadership.

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    Highly Specialized Training

    The program is specifically tailored to and designed for Navy Independent Duty Corpsman.