Curriculum at a Glance

The two-year Georgetown University Full-Time MBA Program recommended curriculum is as follows:

 First-Year CurriculumSecond-Year Curriculum
Opening Term

Structure of Global Industries

Accounting Fundamentals

Fall Term

Financial Markets & Corporate Decision Making
Managerial Statistics
Firm Analysis & Strategy
Analysis & Reporting of Financial Information
Marketing Analysis & Custom

Career Week (one week) 

Principled Leadership in Business & Society

Elective Modules (five)

Global Business Experience coursework

Career Week (one week)
Spring Term

Leadership & Social Intelligence
Analytical Problem Solving
Operations (module)
Global Business Environment (module)

Elective Modules (three)

Spring Break (two weeks) 

Global Business Experience

Elective Modules (six)

Global Experience (one week)

Spring Break (one week)


MBA Electives

Analyzing Earnings Quality
Cases in Financial Statement Analysis
Corporate Financial Reporting
Corporate Taxation
Forensic Accounting

Advanced Corporate Finance
Corporate Restructuring
Corporate Risk Management
Derivatives and Financial Markets
Financial Markets: Institutions and Regulations
Financial Services Management and Regulations
Fixed Income Securities
Impact Investing
International Finance
Investment Analysis
Investment Banking
Measuring and Creating Value
Personal Wealth Management
Private Client Wealth Management
Private Equity
Project Finance
Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Capital Markets
Venture Capital

Advanced Oral Presentations
Community Development Finance and Strategy
Critical Conversations
Defending the Bottom Line
Imagination and Creativity
Investing in Africa
Leadership and Management of Nonprofit Orgs
Managing Human Resources
Managing Organizational Change
Social Entrepreneurship
Sports Leadership
Writing Winning Proposals

Advanced Marketing Strategy
Applied Marketing Management
Consumer Behavior
Emerging Markets
Global Marketing
How to Build Strong Brands
Marketing of Consumer Products and Services
Marketing Research
New Product Development
Price, Value and Profitability
Social Enterprise
Social Marketing
Strategic Market Segmentation

Operations and Information Management
Advanced Regression Analysis
Applied Decision Theory
Business Forecasting
Computer-Based Decision Support Systems
Corporate Cyber-Security
E-Business/Social Networking
Global Logistics
Operations Strategy
Project Management
Real Options
Service Operations

Advanced Business Planning
Advanced Competitive Strategy
Business, Government and the Global Economy
Climate Change/Energy Issues
Corporate Governance
Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate Strategy
Doing Business in the European Union
E-Commerce Strategy/Policy
Economics of Strategic Behavior
Entrepreneurial Business Planning
Financial Markets and Public Policy in Crisis
Game Theory
Global Strategy
Implementing the Entrepreneurial Plan
Law for Managers
Leading Management Consulting Firm
Managing Corporate Change
Mergers and Acquisitions
Small Business Clinic
Strategic Management of Intellectual Property
Technology Strategy
Understanding Entrepreneurship