The Executive Master’s in Leadership is a part-time, 32-credit program that offers working professionals an in-depth study of the art and science of effective leadership behaviors necessary to understand and make changes to optimize: the self and relationships, your organization, and local communities.
In response to the emerging coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, Georgetown McDonough is taking proactive steps to ensure your health and safety, which is our top priority. With this in mind, we have transitioned our in-person events to a virtual format. We are excited to continue to meet our prospective students and to enable you to engage with our community.
If you were planning to visit campus, please note that our admissions team is following the Georgetown University telework policy. You can connect with our admissions team by scheduling a virtual meeting according to your convenience.
The Executive Master’s in Leadership program builds off of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business broader reputation for academic excellence, faculty thought leadership, and student satisfaction, as reflected in national and international rankings of our school and programs.
In 2009, I graduated from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, with an Executive Master’s in Leadership degree. That first day on campus I remember milling around with my new cohort, getting to know each other. After disclosing my clergy credentials to a classmate, the expected question came without pause, “So, why is a preacher in business school?” To me, the answer was obvious. Though my focus was on the kingdom of God, I realized I still needed to do business well in order to achieve my ministry goals.