McDonough (Georgetown) School of Business

McDonough (Georgetown) School of Business

Georgetown bookends its traditional curriculum with two global learning requirements. All students spend their first three weeks on campus taking a course called Structure of Global Industries, which serves as the basis for the rest of their studies.

Students then take core classes for 12 weeks, before shifting to electives for the spring of their first year and their second year. The MBA ends with the required Global Business Experience, an international professional consulting project.

Students work with businesses in another country and travel to the country to present their findings and recommendations to executives. Students wrap up their studies with the Global Business Conference in Washington, D.C., where they present their consulting projects to their peers.

Location: Washington, DC


Affiliation: Georgetown University

Established: 1957