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- Columbian College of Arts and Sciences: Since its founding nearly 180 years ago, Columbian College has been GW’s academic engine and the cornerstone of the campus community. The college provides an exceptional liberal arts education while bringing research directly into the classroom to enrich the learning experience.
- School of Medicine and Health Sciences: Internationally known as a pioneer in medical education, research and clinical care, GW’s medical school is a recognized leader in emergency medicine, neuroscience, cancer treatment and cardiac care.
- Law School: GW Law School is the oldest in the District of Columbia and one of the largest in the country. Its takes advantage of its location to provide special opportunities to students interested in government service or private practice, providing access to clerkships in federal agencies and the District’s many law firms.
- School of Engineering and Applied Science: Through curricula that blend context, theory and hands-on research, SEAS delivers an education that is relevant, cutting-edge and focused on creativity, rigorous analytical thinking and an awareness of the context of engineering problems.
- Graduate School of Education and Human Development: GSEHD provides training in education, counseling and human organizational studies. Its innovative programs can be found throughout the U.S. and around the world.
- School of Business: The School of Business is well known for its international business, entrepreneurship/small business and finance programs.
- Elliott School of International Affairs: One of the world’s most dynamic professional schools of international affairs, the Elliott School trains undergraduate and graduate students through in-depth analysis of international economic, political, scientific and cultural issues.
- School of Public and Health Services: SPHHS brings together three longstanding University programs: health services policy, public health and exercise science. The school takes full advantage of the resources and the global decision-making impact of its D.C. location by offering students unparalleled training, internships, and volunteer opportunities.
- College of Professional Studies: Graduate and undergraduate programs in the College of Professional Studies focus on the needs and aspirations of adult learners and working professionals.
- School of Nursing: GW SON develops nursing leaders who are actively engaged in health promotion, patient advocacy, and health care innovation.
- Mount Vernon College Legacy – Maintains a tradition of learning by supporting initiatives such as the Women’s Leadership Program and the University Writing Program.