A total of 60 credits are required for the dual degree.The School of Nursing accepts up to 9 credits in MPH coursework toward MSN requirements and the Milken Institute School of Public Health accepts up to 18 credits in MSN coursework toward MPH requirements. All requirements for both programs must be fulfilled. The dual program normally is completed in two years (including summer sessions). Students who complete all requirements for the MSN degree in nursing leadership and management may petition to receive the MSN degree before completing MPH@GW degree requirements.

NURS 6203Nursing Leadership
NURS 6207Evidence-Based Practice for Health Care Researchers
NURS 6241The Health Care Enterprise
NURS 6258Leadership Capstone Practicum I
NURS 6259Leadership Capstone Practicum II
NURS 6262Leadership Coaching in Nursing
NURS 6264Advancing Health Care Quality and Patient Safety
NURS 6274Health Economics and Finance
NURS 8402Knowledge Management in Nursing
PUBH 6002Biostatistical Applications for Public Health
PUBH 6003Principles and Practices of Epidemiology
PUBH 6007Social and Behavioral Approaches to Public Health
PUBH 6009Fundamentals of Public Health Program Evaluation
PUBH 6011Environmental and Biological Foundations of Public Health
PUBH 6012Fundamentals of Health Policy
PUBH 6021Essentials of Public Health Practice and Leadership I
PUBH 6022Essentials of Public Health Practice and Leadership II
PUBH 6023Interprofessional Education Experience
PUBH 6052Practical Data Management and Analysis for Public Health
PUBH 6060MPH@GW Culminating Experience I
PUBH 6061MPH@GW Culminating Experience II
PUBH 6442Comparative Global Health Systems
PUBH 6500Planning and Implementing Health Promotion Programs
PUBH 6503Introduction to Public Health Communication and Marketing
4 credits in graduate-level PUBH, EXNS, or HSML courses.