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The Virginia Science & Technology Campus has a number of academic agreements with other educational institutions. These include a mixture of articulation, dual admissions, and guaranteed admissions programs.
Health Sciences / Pharmacy
- Dual BSHS/PharmD
GW’s School of Health Sciences has partnered with Shenandoah University's Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy (SUSOP) to offer a unique Dual Admission Pharmacy program to students interested in pursuing a career in pharmacy who matriculate from GW’s Pharmacogenomics program after graduation. The dual program consists of a minimum of 60 credit hours of college-level pre-requisite course work followed by five years of baccalaureate and pharmacy education. GW BSHS graduates enter SU as second-year Doctor of Pharmacy students.
- Articulation Agreements from Two Community Colleges into GW's Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences Program
The George Washington University has agreed to provide students at Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) and Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) easier access to a career in the biotechnology field. The agreements guarantee the community college students admission to the GW Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences in Pharmaceutical Sciences program, if they meet the requirements.
- School of Nursing Guaranteed Admission from Community Colleges throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia
GW School of Nursing is pleased to provide guaranteed admission to students who have earned associate’s degrees from accredited nursing programs at community colleges throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and who meet GW’s academic requirements. The new agreement was signed in Richmond in January 2013.
Prospective students now have easier access to the School of Nursing's ADN to BSN/MSN Program. The program, designed for recent ADN graduates as well as experienced ADN nurses, incorporates the completion of specified courses which lead to the completion of both the BSN and MSN degrees.