Welcome to the McDonough School of Business, Class of 2024!

Undergraduate students outside Healy Hall

Why Choose Georgetown McDonough?

Since 1957, the McDonough School of Business Undergraduate Program has educated the world’s most respected global business leaders. Through our rigorous curriculum and experiential learning opportunities on campus and around the world, you will prepare to be an ethically responsible and effective leader. You will participate in international case competitions, undergraduate research, and consulting projects for private and nonprofit clients under the guidance of world-class faculty. You will challenge yourself and be challenged. You will raise your hand and be called on to lead. At Georgetown McDonough, you will receive a transformational educational experience, and you will graduate ready for a transformational career.

Take a look inside to see why Georgetown McDonough is the right choice for you.

Georgetown McDonough Transforming Students into Tomorrow's Global Business Leaders brochure

Meet Your McDonough Team

Meet Dean Paul Almeida

Welcome from Dean Paul Almeida

Paul Almeida is Dean and William R. Berkley Chair at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. A member of the Georgetown community for more than two decades, Almeida has served Georgetown McDonough in a number of positions.

Meet Our Undergraduate Program Office

Undergraduate Program office team photo

The Undergraduate Program staff guide students through their time at Georgetown McDonough. Dean Patricia Grant and the team of advisors are here to help you succeed!

Virtual Events for Admitted Students

If you missed our live virtual events, you can view the recording of these sessions below.

Academic Information Sessions

Student Town Hall

Explore the Experience

Global Programs

At no other time has a global perspective been more important in business education. Through participation in the innovative programs below, Georgetown McDonough students will cultivate the necessary skills to succeed as future global leaders.

Global Business Experience 2019

Announcing New Interdisciplinary Degree

The McDonough School of Business and the Walsh School of Foreign Service now offer an interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science in Business and Global Affairs (BSBGA) open by application in the spring of a student’s first year. The BSBGA features innovative signature courses taught by teams of McDonough and Walsh faculty and experiential learning in D.C. and around the world.

Peer Ambassadors

The Peer Ambassador and Leadership Program utilizes the experiences, knowledge, and leadership skills of selected upper-class students to help new students transition to Georgetown McDonough as undergraduates. Peer Ambassadors meet with prospective students, help new students with registration, and act as a point of contact for any and all questions a new student may have.

Student Organizations

Student organizations are the stewards of campus life. There are more than 40 student-run organizations at Georgetown McDonough that contribute immensely to shaping campus life and culture. Student organizations provide events and activities central to the student experience, while also allowing opportunities for you to develop valuable leadership skills.

McDonough Ranked 5th

Poets & Quants for Undergrads has named the Undergraduate Program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business 5th in its annual ranking of the top U.S. schools, up 11 positions from last year’s listing.

Explore Your Curriculum

The McDonough School of Business curriculum combines business and liberal arts courses to give students a strong foundation in critical thinking and reasoning. With a selection of potential majors, students can hone in on the area that excites them the most.

Dean Paul Almeida’s Vision for Georgetown McDonough.
Sample lecture from McDonough Professor of Management Bob Bies.
Hear about leadership from faculty and staff at the 2020 Hariri Symposium.
Hear a special welcome just for you from women leaders at McDonough.

News from the Undergraduate Program

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