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About the Program
Georgetown McDonough’s Master of Science in Management program is a 10-month, STEM-designated full-time program for recent undergraduates with 0-3 years of work experience. With a core business curriculum focused on technology and innovation, Georgetown’s MiM is designed to equip students with the skills necessary to launch their careers. Learn programming languages such as Python and study how the evolution of technology is impacting modern-day businesses. The program also features the signature Georgetown McDonough Global Business Experience, where students work in small teams on consulting projects for international organizations.
Program Format and Schedule
Georgetown McDonough’s Master’s in Management is broken down into 5 7-week modules in which six weeks is dedicated to class and one week is dedicated to exams. This year, students will begin their first module at the end of August and finish the program in the first week of the following May. In the Opening Module (Mod 0) students are on campus M-F and can anticipate being engaged in course work from 9-5 on those days. When students move into the following modules, classes will be from Monday through Thursday, with no classes beginning before 1 p.m. to allow for students to pursue on or off-campus internships, should they choose.
During the spring, students work on a Global Business Experience in which they work on an international consulting project that takes them abroad for one week in March in order to present their projects to partnering organizations. At least once a week, the director of career services, dedicated to Georgetown’s Master’s in Management students, organizes a career development session intended to prepare students to engage with employers and help them leverage their knowledge and skills to make them competitive in applying for jobs.