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Business and the Economy
Georgetown is home to a variety of leading experts and teaching and learning opportunities related to the global economy.
Select Academic Programs
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.
The Law Center sponsors this joint degree program for Georgetown Law students. Participants are awarded both a J.D. and a LL.M. degree in international business and economic law.
The Master of Arts in International Business and Policy Program is offered through a partnership between Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service. It allows students to explore the frameworks relevant to international relations in tandem with contemporary issues in global business using a modular format geared towards working professionals.
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and Research Programs
The McDonough School of Business sponsors this Global Business Initiative at Georgetown. The initiative seeks to make the business school the premier destination for global business education by working to expand the school’s touchstone Global…