Located at the global intersection of business, policy, and international relations in the capital of the United States, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business draws upon its access to business, government, policy makers, nonprofits, and the diplomatic community, as well as the expertise of Georgetown’s other renowned schools, to bring an interdisciplinary and experiential approach to learning and scholarship. Rooted in Georgetown’s Jesuit tradition, the school prepares undergraduates, graduate students, and participants in customized executive education courses to become globally minded, principled leaders in service to business and society.
Creating a Variety of Graduates
Georgetown McDonough’s portfolio of programs allow our students cover a wide variety of business topics to suit their individual interests. Explore some of larger program advantages below.
Georgetown McDonough offers a growing suite of global programs, entrepreneurship opportunities, professional engagements, and experientially-rich curricular options for over 1,300 undergraduates.
For more than 60 years, the Georgetown McDonough School of Business has been preparing some of the most respected leaders in global business. Our MBA curriculum, diverse community, vibrant location, and commitment to ethics coalesce to create an educational experience like no other.
The MSF Program’s revolutionary approach to business education has redefined what it means to study at a top-tier university without physically having to be on campus. Our innovative curriculum, use of the latest technology tools, and our high academic standards have earned consistent praise in rankings and within the business community.
Georgetown McDonough is home to eleven faculty-led centers and initiatives. Whether generating research, advising policy makers, convening industry leaders, or providing real-world learning labs for students, these programs support the school’s themes of principled leadership, global mindset, service to business and society, and excellence in research to impact practice.