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GW Summer Institute: Health Promotion & Disease Prevention in Minority Communities

GW Summer Institute: Cognitive Neuroscience

Spring 2016 courses in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences at GW

Did you know GW has a career-changer post-bacc program?

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences is pleased to offer a  Post-baccalaureate Pre-medicine Certificate Program for career-changers who want to apply to medical school but have not yet taken the science courses necessary for admission.   Highlights of the program include: Prerequisite coursework for allopathic and osteopathic medical schools, including: Biology […]

Looking for an Upper-Level BISC course???

GW’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences Course offerings

GW’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences is offering some great online and in-person coursework that may interest pre-health students.  Read about these courses here: Summer 2015 SMHS Courses Fall 2015 Courses SMHS

Online Health Science Courses This Summer!

Spring 2015 Course: Current Issues in Bioethics

Do you have an interest in Bioethics? Check-out this course in the School of Public Health   Current Issues in Bioethics: PUBH 3151.10  (3 Credits)   Recent advances in science and technology make biomedical ethics a continuing matter of concern for students, health professionals and laypersons alike. This course offers an opportunity to investigate general […]

Spring Course Offering

Interested in learning about the origins of medical terminology? Check out CLAS 2104: Ancient Medicine and Modern Medical Terms (3 credits) Description from GW Bulletin: The formation of medical terms derived from Greek and Latin, along with principles that govern the derivation of their meaning.  The course includes a survey of ancient medical centers and […]

Interested in Research? This Class Is For You!

CCAS 2190, “Research in Science,” is a 1-credit class with spots remaining for Fall 2014! It is primarily for freshmen and sophomores who are enrolled in an introductory STEM class. The class meets on Fridays from 2:30 to 3:45 Interested in research? Want to learn about research programs at GW and the larger research community? […]

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