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The curriculum at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business combines business and liberal arts courses to give students a strong foundation in critical thinking and reasoning. Students must complete 40 three-credit courses and 120 semester hours of courses in the liberal arts business core, a chosen major(s), and electives.

BUSINESS CORE

Accounting I & II

Business Law/Business Government Relations

Statistics

Business Financial Management

Principles of Marketing

Management and Organizational Behavior

Management Science

Productions and Operations Management

Social Responsibilities of Business

Strategic Management

MAJORS

Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business offers six majors:

Accounting

Finance

International Business

Marketing

Management, Leadership, and Innovation

Operations and Information Management

ELECTIVES

To satisfy the 40-course requirement for graduation, students also take five electives as needed. These may be business courses or liberal arts courses. Students pursuing a double major often complete the electives by fulfilling courses required for each major. These electives also may be used to fulfill a liberal arts minor.

CO-CURRICULAR PROGRAMS

Georgetown McDonough offers unique co-curricular programs that give students the opportunity to combine classroom topics with hands-on experience. These include:

First Year Seminar

Entrepreneurship Fellows Program

Case Competitions