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 both 40 three-credit courses and 120 semester hours of courses in liberal arts business core, a chosen major(s), and free electives.
Accounting I & II
Business Law/Business Government Relations
Business Financial Management
Principles of Marketing
Management and Organizational Behavior
Productions and Operations Management
Social Responsibilities of Business
Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business offers six majors: Accounting; Finance; International Business; Marketing; Management, Leadership & Innovation (MLI), and Operations & Information Management.
To satisfy the 40 course requirement for graduation, students also take five free electives as needed. These may be either business courses or liberal arts courses. Students pursuing a double major often complete the electives by fulfilling courses required for each major. These free electives also may be used to fulfill a liberal arts minor.
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