Academics

The Master of Science in Management's curriculum incorporates a tech & innovation focus and extensive hands-on learning, including a global consulting project.

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Curriculum

With a STEM-designated Master’s in Management, you will gain the management, technology, and innovation expertise that employers value. Our accelerated format provides a foundational business curriculum with a focus on the application and implication of technology and innovation. Our courses combine theory and practice — you will work on consulting projects, interact with business leaders on site visits, learn programming languages such as Python and R, and learn lessons from today’s innovative global companies. In addition, the curriculum includes a signature global business experience focused on innovation that begins as a classroom consulting project and is capped off with one week in an international location where you will be delivering client recommendations in-person.

Note: Georgetown University reserves the right to modify the requirements for admission and/or graduation, the program curricula, tuition, fees, and other regulations affecting the student body.


Global Business Experience

As part of the spring semester offerings, students will partake in our signature Global Business Experience course where teams will work together in partnerships with executives from an international organization to tackle a real-life business challenge. Students will travel for one week to the partnering organization’s location where they will deliver their business recommendations to senior leadership. This first hand experience will prepare students for work in the evolving space of global business practices and help them to further understand the nuances of competitive global markets.

In 2021, MiM students worked with clients in Singapore.* Their projects include:

  • Sustainable Seafood Marketing Strategy & Market Expansion for an Environmentally-Focused International Aquaculture Company
  • Situation Monitor Marketing Strategy & Market Expansion for a Smart-City Focused Application Software Firm
  • Data Visualization Market Entry & Strategic Partnerships for a 3D-Georeferencing Software Solutions Firm
  • Virtual Reality Design-Curated Travel Journeys for a Mobile Technology Solutions Company
  • Congestion Route Mapping Market Entry & Expansion Strategy Mobile Application Business
  • Circular Economy Zero-Waste, Zero-Carbon, Zero-Pollution Cities Identification for a Renewable Energy Technology Company

*Global Business Experience location may change year to year.


Faculty

Master’s in Management classes are led by experienced faculty who offer practical and applicable knowledge as well as committed mentorship beyond the classroom. This group of noted experts and educators understand the nuances of management and how shifting technology and innovation landscapes affect business.

The MiM program is led by Evelyn Williams, teaching professor of management, has nearly 20 years of experience teaching undergraduate and graduate leadership and organizational behavior courses in addition to over 15 years of experience designing and implementing leadership and management development programs for executives at Fortune 500 firms.


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Our next Master’s in Management intake launches in August 2022. We welcome the opportunity to connect with you throughout the admissions process to learn more about your background and interests.

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