Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Georgetown is a leader in the study of international relations and world affairs.

In the School of Foreign Service and across Georgetown's other undergraduate schools, students have an opportunity to take courses on global issues with leading scholars and policymakers, to explore international questions in depth through guided research, and to study abroad. Georgetown's Washington, D.C., location provides proximity to the State Department, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and leading think tanks and NGOs. As a Jesuit university with a global outlook, Georgetown is committed to educating its students to serve others around the world.

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B.S. in Global Health

B.S. in Global Health

Sponsored by the Department of International Health in the School of Nursing and Health Studies, this bachelor's degree trains students in the fields of public health, political economy of health, health science, and health systems management.

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B.S. in Business and Global Affairs

The B.S. in Business and Global Affairs is a joint degree program offered by the McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service. The program offers a major in business and global affairs, which leverages an integrated approach to understanding the complex interactions at the intersection of international business, geopolitics, and policy.