Georgetown to Offer New Flex MBA Program

New program will offer some electives in a hybrid format; Saturday courses will be available

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has announced the launch of a new flexible MBA program.

In the new 'Flex MBA' program, some electives will be offered in a hybrid format, meaning that the online classes will be supplemented with virtual sessions. This  will help minimize travel time, and add more flexibility to the MBA program.

Additionally, some classes will also be offered on Saturdays. 

All the program is designed to be completed in three years, students can work to finish the program quickly—in 28 months—or in as many as five years.

Georgetown has offered an Evening MBA program, which, according to the school's website will "evolve into" the Flex MBA program in the fall of 2019.

For more information, please see the Georgetown news release announcing the launch of the Flex MBA.

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