McDonough School of Business MBA – Georgetown University
The Robert Emmett McDonough School of Business, commonly shorted to the McDonough School of Business and abbreviated as the MSB, is the business school of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1957, it grants both undergraduate and graduate degrees, and is one of the university’s nine constituent schools.
Graduate work offered by the school includes Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs, two Global Executive MBA programs, a Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program, a Master of Science in Management and an Executive Master’s in Leadership degree.
The Georgetown MBA full-time program is a general management program oriented toward those with liberal arts, science, or technical undergraduate degrees. Typical students include mid-level managers. During the program, students are required to participate in four one-week residences, of which one is international.
For the class of 2019, 34% of enrolled students were international and 77% lived, worked, or studied abroad. There were 1,742 applicants and 276 were enrolled.
The Full-time MBA Program at Georgetown McDonough 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.