The business school of Georgetown University, McDonough School of Business, is one of many best schools of business in the U.S. in addition to University of Washington, Indiana University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The McDonough School of Business, MBS, that was founded in 1957, is one of the 9 constituent schools of the university, that enrolls about 10,000 post-graduate, and 7,500 undergraduate students in about 130 countries with 84 disciplines. MBS grants graduate and undergraduate degrees.
Georgetown University Address:
3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057, USA.
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McDonough School of Business Majors:
These concentrations and departments are offered at McDonough:
- Statistics and operations research/quantitative analysis.
- Operations management/production.
- Manufacturing and technology management.
- General management.
- Logistics/supply chain management.
- Human resources management.
- Public policy.
- Not-for-profit management.
- International business.
- Real estate.
- Organizational Behavior.
- Health care administration.
Georgetown University Tuition:
- Executive (total program): $139,980.
- Part-time (per credit): $1,930.
- Full-time (per year): $58,500.
About 64% of the students of the full-time program are employed when they graduate.
MBS’ students benefit from team-centered practices and healthy competition while having a global community, professionalism, integrity, and mindset, and following the core values of learning of the school. MBS offers a 12-month program of an executive master’s in leadership, a global executive MBA, and an evening MBA, along with a full-time MBA program. Joint degrees are also offered in conjunction with the School of Foreign Service, the Public Policy Institute, the School of Medicine, and Georgetown Law Center.
MBA full-time program students can simulate the real-world business, as they’re required to complete 4 residencies, that explore many themes such as fundamentals, careers, global initiatives, and leadership, which help students to prepare for their lives when they graduate.
An annual event called Global Diversity Day is organized by the school, that celebrates many backgrounds of each student enrolled in the MBA program at Georgetown University. Students can also live in the Washington, D.C. metro area, in off-campus housing.
Bill Clinton, 42nd U.S. President, Bradley Cooper, American actor, Ivanka Trump, American businesswoman, Allen Iverson, American basketball player, Stephanie Olson, general counsel for Fifth Avenue Financial, John Mulaney, American stand-up comedian, Tiffany Trump, American socialite, Timothy Tassopoulos, senior vice president of operations at fast food restaurant chain Chick-fil-A, Eric Trump, American businessman, and Michael Chasen, co-founder, CEO, and president of Blackboard, Inc.