The Full-time and Evening MBA Programs at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business focus on your success. Our unique integrative core curriculum better prepares you for internships, jobs, and entrepreneurial endeavors. You will learn the analytical and interpersonal skills needed to succeed in business. You will also learn how to evaluate and make ethical decisions. Through our signature Global Business Experience, you will gain hands-on experience and a global mindset that will last a lifetime.
The Full-time MBA Program at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business provides a global management degree based upon the foundations of ethics and leadership, preparing you to build a career in today's increasingly global business environment. From the opening term course, Structure of Global Industries, to the global discussions infused throughout the curriculum, you will develop a global mindset.
• Total Credit Hours: 60
• Program Length (months): 21
• Classes Offered: During the day, Monday through Thursday. In the spring semester of your first year and all of your second year, you can also take electives in the evening.
Evening Program Curriculum
Our Evening MBA Program provides the ideal global learning community for working professionals who aspire to lead at a higher level while continuing their careers. The MBA Evening Program is taught by the same faculty, follows the same core MBA courses, and confers the same degree as Georgetown’s Full-time MBA Program. Through our unique, integrative curriculum you’ll develop core business skills, engage in experiential learning, and transform into global business leaders.
• Total Credit Hours: 60
• Program Length (months): 34
• Classes Offered: Two evenings a week, Monday through Thursday.
Meet the Team
The MBA Program Office team is here to support you in every aspect of your program experience. Academically, we help you craft your MBA course schedule to meet your professional goals. Beyond the classroom, we empower you to take on leadership positions within our active student organizations.
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MBA Certificate in Nonmarket Strategy
The Certificate in Nonmarket Strategy explores the nexus of business, economics, and public policy. Certificate study connects the strengths of the Georgetown McDonough faculty and the MBA curriculum to the rich resources of Washington, D.C. Whether through managerial and leadership positions in public and private firms, consulting, board membership, or other specialized roles, certificate-achieving graduates will be poised for extraordinary business leadership and service. The certificate program is open to enrolled MBA students through a competitive selection process.