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

Curriculum

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business provides the ideal global learning community for working professionals who aspire to lead at a higher level while continuing their careers. The MBA Evening Program is taught by the same faculty, follows the same curriculum, and confers the same degree as Georgetown’s Full-time MBA Program. Through our unique, integrative curriculum students learn the core business skills, gain practical experience, and transform into global leaders.

Georgetown’s immersive educational strategies draw from the combined excellence and experience of our faculty and our Jesuit heritage. As academic scholars, industry leaders, and entrepreneurs, our faculty members inspire students to become stewards in business. They provide each student with the skills to manage and lead an organization with insight and success.

All students begin by taking individual core classes including accounting, decision sciences, economics, finance, marketing, and management. Starting in the second year, students begin to tailor the curriculum to meet their interests and current or future professional needs by taking elective courses in addition to core classes.

In addition to the intensive and multidisciplinary coursework, Georgetown’s MBA Evening Program is built upon a cohort system that divides each incoming class into teams who learn and grow together in classes and experiences throughout the three years of the program. Students work with and learn from fellow professionals, sharing knowledge and experience from a diverse cross section of business sectors.