The Flex MBA combines challenging coursework and experiential learning with an emphasis on principled leadership and global perspectives – delivered in a flexible format for working professionals. Experience the renowned Georgetown MBA and gain access to unrivaled academic opportunities, a vibrant and collaborative community of students, alumni, faculty, and staff, hands-on consulting projects, specialized certificates, and more.
Georgetown McDonough provides the ideal global learning community for working professionals who aspire to lead at a higher level while continuing their careers. The Flex MBA also is taught by the same faculty, follows the same core MBA courses, and confers the same degree as the Full-time MBA Program. It adds greater flexibility in the duration of the degree (24-60 months), delivery of courses (more Intensive Learning Experiences), and innovations in using technology (hybrid and online electives).
Global Business Experience
All MBA students participate in a Global Business Experience (GBE) course. By pairing student teams with global companies to consult on real world issues, students are empowered to more fully understand how business is conducted around the world. Projects cover a variety of functional business areas such as market entry, market development, communications, innovation strategy, competitive strategy, and global growth strategy. As part of the course, students have the opportunity to travel abroad for client presentations. Flex MBA students have traveled to places such as Singapore, Argentina, Italy, and beyond.
Certificates and Experiential Learning
Selective certificate programs, academic tutorials, in-class client work, experiential-learning clinics, and more offer rich options for students to tailor the curricular experience to particular areas and special interests.
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Take classes taught by world-class professors who bring groundbreaking research, exciting international cases, and industry experience and connections into the classroom.