MBA: Full-time and Flex

You already know you’re capable of greatness. But wondering just how much you could achieve isn’t enough. To truly have an impact on the world, you have to go find out exactly what you’re made of. When you earn your MBA here, you’ll no longer wonder how much you could accomplish. Instead, you’ll know.

Fall 2020 Application Deadlines: 9/30, 1/6, 3/24, and 4/27

What is a Georgetown MBA?

The Georgetown McDonough MBA has a curriculum designed to prepare you for the global stage, plus the unrivaled access that only D.C. can offer. Our program is the perfect launchpad for discovering your true strength. Whether you immerse yourself in the Full-time Program or choose to balance work and life with the Flex MBA Program (the new, innovative evolution of our highly-ranked part-time program, launched in fall 2019), you’ll have access to the same engaging faculty, gain hands-on consulting knowledge through the Global Business Experience, build your network of over 190,000 alumni, and receive individualized support from the MBA Career Center. You’ll exceed the expectations you never thought were possible.

News from the MBA Program

The Catholic Church Takes Lessons From Business Management

November 24th, 2019

The teaching in Rome is provided by Le Moyne College, a private Jesuit college in upstate New York, and two Jesuit business schools: Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in Washington DC and Barcelona’s Esade Business School. The programme is designed for anyone with a leadership position in the Catholic Church, not just Jesuits. Running a course for senior religious leaders is a first for the management professors from McDonough. But Paul Almeida, the school’s dean, says the curriculum for the school’s core MBA program has long revolved around teaching about having a greater purpose in one’s work. Subscription required.

Meet DC Inno’s 2019 50 On Fire Inno Blazer Winners

November 22nd, 2019

Georgetown Entrepreneurship’s rebranding has come on the back of one of its most successful years yet. It opened a new Venture Lab in WeWork Metropolitan Ave., doubled its team’s size, added new pitch competitions with record prizes and graduated the inaugural class of its Pivot Program for formerly incarcerated Washingtonians. To top it off, Georgetown’s MBA entrepreneurship program was ranked No. 3 globally for “exceptional entrepreneurial skills” and “most creative graduates.”

Georgetown McDonough Class Of 2019 Reports Continued Success

November 20th, 2019

“We are proud of our latest career successes beyond our record salary placements,” said Doreen Amorosa, associate dean of McDonough Career Services. “The true ROI of the McDonough MBA is that it prepares our graduates for a lifetime of success, providing them the knowledge, tools, and network to make a difference for years to come.”

The Employment Report

Link to 2019 MBA Career Report

View the Full-time MBA Employment Report to see employment statistics from our graduates and internship statistics.


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