Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business

Representative: Serafina L. Smith | Director, MBA Admissions, Diversity and Partnerships | [email protected]

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The McDonough School of Business is one of the four undergraduate and one of the five graduate schools of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. It is named in honor of Georgetown alumnus Robert Emmett McDonough.

Graduate work offered by the school includes a day and evening Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs, two Global Executive MBA programs (one weekend format and one modular), and an Executive Master’s in Leadership degree.

Founded in 1983, the Georgetown McDonough MBA provides a global management degree aligned with Georgetown’s Jesuit heritage. Students learn the core components of an MBA through the lens of principled leadership, a global mindset, and service to business and society. Through learning and practicing rigorous business fundamentals, students gain the skills needed to lead in for profits, nonprofits, governmental organizations, and entrepreneurial ventures after graduation.

Full-Time program is 2 years. Flex (Part-Time program can range from 3 to 5 years).

The cost for tuition and fees per year for full-time students is $62,370.

The Georgetown MBA program offers several scholarship opportunities and funding options.

Georgetown does not have specializations. We do offer several certificate programs and over 70+ elective courses for students to explore interests.

Rafik B. Hariri Building

3700 O St NW

Washington DC 20057

The Georgetown McDonough MBA has a curriculum designed to prepare you for the global stage, plus, the unrivaled access that only Washington, D.C. can offer. As a Georgetown MBA, you will have the opportunity to gain hands-on consulting knowledge through the Global Business Experience, build your network of over 190,000 alumni across the globe, and receive individualized support from the MBA Career center. Most importantly, you will develop your business skills upon a Jesuit foundation of ethical and holistic practices that will define your role as a leader amongst peers.

37th and O Streets, NW, Washington, DC 20057, USA