MBA Evening Program
Whether engaging faculty in and outside the classroom, gaining hands-on knowledge through the Global Business Experience, practicing pitches in front of angel investors, getting feedback from Executives-in-Residence, networking with peers and alumni student organizations, or exploring career opportunities with certified career coaches, MBA Evening Program students realize their ambitions and are transformed by their three years at the McDonough School of Business, one of the country’s top schools for business.
Georgetown develops principled, ethical leaders with a global mindset and a commitment to service in business and society. Taught by faculty who are highly regarded within their fields and business leaders with industry and entrepreneurial experience, Georgetown offers a general management degree with a global focus.
The Georgetown MBA Evening Program features the same curriculum and faculty and confers the same degree received by graduates of Georgetown’s Full-time MBA Program. Our unique integrative core curriculum prepares students for internships, jobs, and entrepreneurial endeavors. Through our signature Global Business Experience, students complete a real-world consulting project for a Fortune 500 company abroad and gain a global mindset that will last a lifetime.
Georgetown students experience hands-on learning in a close-knit, collaborative environment that strengthens their professional and personal networks. The collaborative culture is reinforced by team-centric classes and co-curricular activities and clubs around service, globalism, and fun. Georgetown MBA students graduate transformed with the knowledge and ability to advance their careers and change the world.
Multidisciplinary and immersive, Georgetown prepares professionals to make an impact in the global marketplace. Students work with and learn from fellow professionals representing a wide array of sectors including consulting, government contracting, federal, military, defense, nonprofit, housing, real estate, construction, and other corporate entities. They also gain unparalleled access to recruiters from Fortune 500 firms and leaders in corporations, nonprofits, and government agencies, including the business executives and policymakers who visit Georgetown University and speak in our classrooms.