The Georgetown University School of Medicine and McDonough School of Business offer a full-time, five-year, program that leads to dual MBA/MD degrees and is intended for students interested in health care management.
Candidates seeking positions that require strong leadership skills, medical expertise, and a solid business foundation in careers in healthcare administration, healthcare innovation and entrepreneurship, and medical technology should strongly consider augmenting their graduate business studies with a MD from the School of Medicine.
Students must be apply and be accepted by both Georgetown McDonough and the School of Medicine prior to enrolling in the School of Medicine.
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Business School Core Requirements:
• Structure of Global Industries
• Accounting Fundamentals
• Financial Markets & Corporate Decision Making
• Managerial Statistics
• Firm Analysis & Strategy
• Analysis & Reporting of Financial Info
• Marketing for Growth
• Leadership & Social Intelligence
• Analytical Problem Solving
• Global Business Environment
• Principled Leadership in Business & Society
Students choose additional electives from a wide range of options to gain expertise in specific fields relevant to their career interests.
Students enrolled in this dual degree program have access to career services of both Schools, as well as, Georgetown’s global alumni network.
Candidates considering the MBA/MD dual-degree program also should contact the Medical School: