The M.A. in International Business and Policy curriculum provides an understanding of the frameworks and mechanisms that drive business and international relations and explores those concepts in contemporary global issues.
Modules and Courses
The MA-IBP program is structured in a modular format that makes it feasible for participants to attend while they retain full employment. The program unfolds over an intensive period of 12 months and includes four modules on Georgetown University’s main campus, two global modules, two online courses, and a social action project in the field. Courses offered throughout the program leverage the specialties of Georgetown's McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service.
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