The faculty represent diversity of intellectual perspectives and a depth of professional experience.

Class Profile

Students in Georgetown's MBA Program at the McDonough School of Business come from a variety of educational and professional backgrounds. The Evening MBA Class of 2016 brings academic, professional, and personal diversity, with 22 percent U.S. minority enrollment.
 
On average, Georgetown Evening MBA students have just over five years of post-undergraduate, professional work experience. In their professional lives, MBA students have demonstrated strong leadership skills and possess cross-cultural awareness. Additionally, they have a clearly articulated vision of their career path and are driven to affect change in the world of global business.
 

ADMISSIONS

Applications Received345
Enrolled130

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

GMAT GPA 
Mean668Mean3.40
Mid 80% range630-710Mid 80% range2.97-3.81

PERSONAL BACKGROUNDS

AgeMean 28
Range 25-31
GenderFemale 30%
Male 70%
U.S. Minority
(African American, Asian American, 
Hispanic American, Native American)
22%

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

Mean5.1 years
More than 8 years11%
5 < 8 years35%
3 < 5 years42%
< 3 years12%

PRIOR INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Consulting25%
Government20%
Financial Services12%
Not-for-Profit/Social Impact10%
Education5%
Healthcare5%
Technology & New Media5%
Real Estate5%
Consumer Products & Retail4%
Construction2%
International Development2%
Law1%
Hospitality & Tourism1%
Manufacturing1%
Other5%

COUNTRIES REPRESENTED: 13

BoliviaDominican RepublicNigeria
BrazilIndiaPoland
BulgariaLebanonThailand
CanadaNew ZealandUnited States
China  

INTERNATIONAL BACKGROUND

Non-Native Business, Academic or Residency Experience68%