Supplement your bachelor’s degree with the business acumen required to give you a competitive edge in today’s market
Master’s in Management Cohorts
Over 11 months, MiM students take all of their classes together. This dynamic learning experience emphasizes collaboration and forges strong bonds among you and your peers, as well as between students and faculty. This incredible support system forms at Georgetown and lasts well into your career.
On- and Off-Campus Experiences
MiM classes are held on Georgetown University's campus in Washington, D.C., but class schedules are structured so that students interested in off-campus experiences — such as participating in internships at local institutions — may do so. The MiM program also features a global business experience in which you work with your classmates on a consulting project then travel together in the spring to an international location to deliver recommendations to senior leaders at the client organization.
Master’s in Management Career Resources
We offer dedicated career services help you take charge of your career:
- Coaching: Receive guidance from a talented, experienced, and attentive expert.
- Curricula: Begin the program with a course focused on preparing for the job search. During the program, Fridays are dedicated to career development. Tailored workshops and tutorials will help you discover new paths, craft compelling resumes, and prepare for interviews and salary negotiations.
- Networking: Gain exclusive access to Georgetown University’s alumni mentoring and networking platform. MiM students also can access career treks and events that are open to the entire McDonough community.
- Opportunities: Search a dedicated online job board with the latest employment opportunities.
The Global Network
All MiM students have access to a diverse, distinguished network of 190,000 Georgetown University alumni from the business school as well as other programs.
The MiM curriculum supplements your bachelor’s degree with the business acumen required to give you a competitive edge, as well as prepare you for the shifts that technology is bringing to a variety of industries.
With a Georgetown MiM, you will gain the management, technology, and innovation expertise that employers value most. Our accelerated format provides a foundational business curriculum with a focus on the application and implication of technology and innovation. Our courses combine theory and practice — you will work on consulting projects, interact with business leaders on-site visits, learn programming languages such as Python and SQL, and learn lessons from today’s innovative global companies. In addition, the curriculum includes a signature global business experience focused on innovation that will begin as a classroom consulting project and cap off with one week in an international location, including delivering client recommendations in-person.
MiM classes are led by experienced faculty who offer practical and applicable knowledge and who are equally committed to you as mentors beyond the classroom. This group of noted experts and educators understand the nuances of management, as well as how the shifting technology and innovation landscape affects business.
The Georgetown MiM program is led by Evelyn Williams, teaching professor of management, who has nearly 20 years of experience teaching undergraduate and graduate leadership and organizational behavior courses and over 15 years of experience designing and implementing leadership and management development programs for executives at Fortune 500 firms.
Please note that only applicants that meet the following requirements are eligible:
To apply, applicants must:
- Possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the United States or the equivalent from an international college or university. Students with a business major are not eligible to apply.
- Possess zero to three years of professional experience.
The Master’s in Management tuition fee for the July 2019 intake is $55,000. It includes tuition as well as specified meals and hotel accommodations for the global residency.
Tuition fees exclude individual health care or health insurance premiums, books and supplies, student fees, round-trip airfare to and from international project locations, room and board, visas, and incidental expenses while traveling.
Applications are accepted in five rounds:
- February 1, March 1, April 1, May 1, and June 1
The MiM Admissions Committee uses a holistic approach when making an admissions decision. Therefore, it is necessary to submit all application components so the Admissions Committee can make an informed decision about your application.
The Admission Committee will only review completed applications that include the following components:
- Online Application Form
- CV or Resume
- Personal Statement
- Letter of Recommendation
- Academic Records
- GMAT or GRE Scores*
- Proof of English Proficiency (for non-native English Speakers)
- Non-refundable Application Fee: $175 USD**
*For July 2019 admissions, GMAT and GRE scores are waived for Georgetown University undergraduates with a 3.2 GPA or above, as well as for non-Georgetown University undergraduates with a 3.5 GPA or above.
**Application fee waived for Georgetown University undergraduates and alumni.
Georgetown University has resources to help students identify options for financing their education. U.S. citizens and permanent residents should contact the Office of Student Financial Services for information on financing.
Georgetown McDonough offers scholarships for Master's in Management program students, based on eligibility. To be considered for a scholarship, applicants must include a scholarship essay with their applications. The Office of Admissions notifies students of scholarship awards at the time of admission to the program.
Students eligible to receive educational benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs should contact the Georgetown University Veterans Office.
Georgetown University reserves the right to modify the requirements for admission and/or graduation, the program curricula, tuition, fees, and other regulations affecting the student body.
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