In its annual “Best Colleges for your Money” feature, Money Magazine listed Georgetown University 10th among schools that are the best colleges for business majors. Business programs were ranked across three equally weighted factors: quality of education, affordability, and outcomes.
“Our undergraduates benefit from Georgetown’s collaborative environment and commitment to caring for the whole person, which are rooted in our Jesuit heritage,” said Patricia Grant, senior associate dean of the Undergraduate Program at the McDonough School of Business. “Across the board, our faculty, staff, career counselors, and our global alumni network all work together to ensure our students graduate with the skills and mindset for success.”
Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business provides a transformative educational experience focused on a global perspective, principled leadership, and analytical preparation. The school is known for its academic rigor, Jesuit values, global experiences, and individual attention from faculty and staff. Additionally, with a dedicated Office of Professional Development, students receive personalized coaching and advising as they prepare for their future careers.