We are currently accepting applications to our 2024 Master of Science Entry to Nursing Program with optional concentrations.
Applications are closed for our CNL concentration. Current students will graduate in August 2024.
About the Program
The Master of Science Entry to Nursing Practice Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) Program is a direct-entry master’s degree program for nursing that prepares non-BSN students for clinical careers. Students learn from expert faculty and have opportunities in clinical sites in the District of Columbia and the surrounding Maryland and Virginia region. Students refine their clinical skills through laboratory and high-fidelity simulation in the O’Neill Family Foundation Clinical Simulation Center.
- Care Coordination
- Outcomes Measurement
- Transitions of Care
- Interprofessional Communication & Team Leadership
- Risk Assessment
- Implementation of Best Practices Based on Evidence
- Quality Improvement
Message From the Program Director
Experiential Learning in DC
Each spring, students in the Health Care Ethics for Leaders course journey to the National Gallery of Art to explore observation, perception, assumption and communication.
Georgetown pioneered the development of an ethical framework to guide practitioners in resolving complex questions. Through the Pellegrino Student Scholar program, nursing students like Casey Haldeman (G’21) learn to address ethical challenges.