Evening Program Curriculum
Designed with the working professional in mind, this 60 credit, 34 month program is offered Monday through Thursday evenings. A comprehensive and rigorous core curriculum with an emphasis on ethical leadership taken during your first and second year provide you with a general management framework that is crucial for continued professional accomplishments. Specialized electives completed in your third year allow you to tailor your coursework and further strengthen your professional skill set to advance in today's global marketplace. While completing your core courses, you are taking classes in a cohort of approximately 60-70 students. Your core courses are taken on either a Monday and Wednesday, or Tuesday and Thursday schedule. When you move into the elective portion of your curriculum, you are no longer in a cohort and your courses are on the day and time that you choose to schedule them.
Through complex coursework, experiential learning, and the case method, the Georgetown MBA curriculum inspires collaboration among both students and faculty. Core courses teach the quantitative tools, systematic analysis, and persuasion skills necessary to succeed in business. After mastering 36 credits of core coursework, you will choose from more than 70 electives to customize your MBA experience. Further tailor your degree with Intensive Learning Experiences that illuminate the business impact of globalization, technology, and entrepreneurship.
MBA Certificate in Nonmarket Strategy
The Certificate in Nonmarket Strategy explores the nexus of business, economics, and public policy. Certificate study connects the strengths of the Georgetown McDonough faculty and the MBA curriculum to the rich resources of Washington, D.C. Whether through managerial and leadership positions in public and private firms, consulting, board membership, or other specialized roles, certificate-achieving graduates will be poised for extraordinary business leadership and service. The certificate program is open to enrolled MBA students through a competitive selection process.