Evening MBA classes will be delivered in Tysons, Virginia, starting this fall

Georgetown, Washington DC

Georgetown University McDonough School of Business has announced that it will offer its part-time Evening MBA program in Virginia, beginning this fall.

Students will be able to take classes in Tysons, Virginia, which is less than 20 miles from the school's Washington, DC campus. The program will feature the same curriculum as the Evening MBA program offered on the DC campus. 

On average, students in the Evening MBA program's DC campus cohort have about five years of work experience and a mean GMAT score of 668.

Applications for the Tysons' fall semester cohort are now open, and will close on April 1st.

For more information, please see the Georgetown press release announcing the launch of the Evening MBA in Tysons.

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