Georgetown Announces New MA in International Business and Policy

Program offered jointly by the McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service

Georgetown University has announced the launch of a new MA program in International Business and Policy, offered jointly by the McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service.

The program will combine online and in-class components and can be completed in 12 months. It's designed for those working in business, government, or NGOs who want to better understand the various issues that affect how business is done around the world.

“In an increasingly complex global world, it is critical that business and government leaders, and those who aspire to leadership roles, understand the nuances of doing business against a dynamic backdrop of political change and global economic uncertainty,” says David A. Thomas, dean at McDonough.

The curriculum will cover topics in business and policy. The new MA will include two online courses and six in-class residential modules. Two of the residential modules will take place in rotating international locations, such as Santiago, Chile and Frankfurt, Germany.

In order to apply, prospective candidates should have at least five years of work experience.

For more information, please see Georgetown's MA in International Business and Policy program webpage.

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