International Business Diplomacy Certificate
Interested students may attend an information session in the fall of their first year to learn more about the certificate and the application process. Accepted MBA students then take a Landegger Program gateway course. Those students who complete this course with an honors grade (A or A-) proceed with additional IBD requirements and courses at Georgetown McDonough, at the School of Foreign Service, and through other Georgetown University graduate programs.
Certificate in Nonmarket Strategy
Certificate study at the intersection of business, economics, and policy connects the strengths of the Georgetown McDonough faculty and the curriculum to the rich resources of Washington, D.C.
Venture Fellows Program
Breaking into venture capital right out of an MBA is not an easy task. With the Venture Fellows program, you can get a leg up by working with real investors through a year-long apprenticeship at a local VC firm.
Real Estate Clinic
Through the Steers Center for Real Estate, you will underwrite live real estate investments being considered by commercial real estate firms. Our students actively engage in top-quality investments and financial processes and gain experience in debt and equity investments.
Certificate in Consumer Analytics and Insights
The Certificate in Consumer Analytics and Insights is a response to a growing interest among businesses in using consumer data to make decisions.
The Executive Challenge
Embedded into the Full-time MBA Leadership Communication class, this day-long experience simulates real-world executive presentations and board meetings. MBA students engage 100 alumni at the executive level in an action-packed day of intense problem solving and competition.
Through these independent study tutorials, you can explore topics in more depth for class credit and work directly with distinguished professors. Recent tutorials have been with organizations like the World Bank/IFC and startup incubator 1776.
Global Business Experience
Working in small teams, students partner with executives from multinational organizations to address complex business challenges. Then, students travel to the client's country for a week-long trip to present recommendations to senior leadership. This innovative program is part of the core curriculum for all MBA students.
InSITE Fellows join a network of leaders in technology and venture capital, and participate in semester-long consulting projects for local emerging companies. Fellows join consulting-style teams which work with InSITE-selected startups on crucial problems. In the past fellows have worked on projects centered around the formation of pitch materials, product development, consumer research and pricing strategy.
The McDonough School of Business has partnered with the Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University Law Center, Georgetown University School of Medicine, and McCourt School of Public Policy to help meet the growing demand for business executives with additional cross-functional expertise.