You’ve always loved helping people and found an interest in those sluggish science classes. Whether you prefer to diagnose, treat, or prevent, it’s obvious healthcare is the place for you.
In healthcare, you need others, and they definitely need you. The healthcare industry added 271,000 new positions last year, and the upward trend is continuing in 2014. Job boards have already seen a 16% increase in healthcare job postings compared to this time last year*.
There's a shortage of healthcare professionals worldwide. With an overall aging population and the increasing complexity of the healthcare system, the time has never been better to be a trained and qualified healthcare professional. If it’s time to start your healthcare career, up, up and away!*HealthECareers, http://www.healthecareers.com/article/healthcare-job-outlook-most-new-jobs-projected/174918
Imagine internships at the CDC, USAID, the D.C. Department of Health, and the Medicare Rights Center. Such advantages attract students from across the U.S. and more than 40 countries to attend the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University, the only school of public health in the nation’s capital. Passionate researchers, policymakers, and scholars teach the courses while often actively seeking solutions to critical health problems. Key areas of excellence include health and healthcare reform, HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases, and developing healthy societies across the lifespan. Undergraduates can earn a bachelor’s degree in public health or exercise science. Graduate studies are offered through six departments: Environmental and Occupational Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Prevention and Community Health, Health Policy and Management, and Global Health. Among joint-degree options is the world’s first MPH/Physician’s Assistant program.
Georgetown University offers 29 Healthcare degree programs. It's a large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 733 Healthcare students graduated with students earning 417 Master's degrees, 194 Doctoral degrees, 113 Bachelor's degrees, and 9 Certificates.
Howard University offers 38 Healthcare degree programs. It's a medium sized, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 450 Healthcare students graduated with students earning 299 Doctoral degrees, 93 Bachelor's degrees, 37 Master's degrees, and 21 Certificates.
The Catholic University of America offers 28 Healthcare degree programs. It's a medium sized, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 131 Healthcare students graduated with students earning 73 Bachelor's degrees, 38 Master's degrees, 17 Doctoral degrees, and 3 Certificates.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|George Washington University Washington, DC||24 : 1||27,814|
|Georgetown University Washington, DC||19 : 1||19,593|
|Howard University Washington, DC||13 : 1||9,399|
|The Catholic University of America Washington, DC||15 : 1||5,771|
|University of the District of Columbia Washington, DC||21 : 1||4,199|
|Gallaudet University Washington, DC||8 : 1||1,485|
|American University Washington, DC||17 : 1||14,318|
|Technical Learning Centers Inc Washington, DC||182|
|Trinity Washington University Washington, DC||25 : 1||1,707|
|Strayer University-Global Region Washington, DC||104 : 1||11,608|
|University of the Potomac-Washington DC Campus Washington, DC||92 : 1||92|
|Career Technical Institute Washington, DC||41 : 1||371|
|Strayer University-District of Columbia Washington, DC||815|