Peer Schools Rank MBA Evening Program 15th in the Nation
In its inaugural ranking of part-time MBA programs, U.S. News & World Report has listed the MBA Evening Program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business as No. 15 in the nation in its 2011 edition of “America’s Best Graduate Schools.”
Compiled from peer assessment surveys, the ranking is based entirely on the reputation of the programs in the part-time MBA community.
“It is gratifying – and a tribute to our founders, advisory committee, faculty, staff, and students – that our young program is so well regarded by our peers,” said Elizabeth Griffith, associate dean for the MBA Evening Program.
Designed for working professionals seeking to advance or change their current careers, Georgetown University’s MBA Evening Program delivers the same rigorous business education of the MBA Full-Time Program in a convenient evening schedule. Students benefit from the coursework and the relationships they build with their fellow students and instructors in close-knit, collegial cohorts. The program offers a breadth of elective course offerings and personalized focus areas to compliment a comprehensive core of coursework in general management.