Georgetown McDonough DEI By The Numbers
In its first year, the DEI Standing Committee researched various data points around the diversity of the Georgetown McDonough community as a baseline for future initiatives and growth as a school. The following provides a snapshot of the past five academic years of data.
(Total, 2020–2021: 1,270)
(Total, 2020–2021: 883)
Ethnicity Executive MBA
(Total, 2020–2021: 113)
Ethnicity Specialized Masters Programs
(Total, 2020–2021: 364)
Full-time Faculty by Gender
From 2010–2011 to 2021–2022, the percentage of female full-time faculty increased from 24% to 31%. The percentage of minority full-time faculty increased from 27% to 37%
Full-time Faculty by Ethnicity
(Total, 2020–2021: 117)
Students By Gender
Gorgetown McDonough strives to move toward greater gender diversity through increased recruitment and retention efforts. Below is a look at the gender breakdown of students over the past five academic years.
Master’s in Management
M.S. in Business Analytics
M.A. in International Business and Policy
Executive Master’s in Leadership
All McDonough Students by Sexual Identity
The extent to which treatment of—and allocation of resources for—members of our business school community is fair and transparent.
The extent to which members of our community feel heard, respected, and engaged regardless of their demographics, identities, or backgrounds.
The composition of the student body, staff, and faculty in terms of key demographic and identity groups—often in terms of similarities to and differences from the composition of the larger population.