About Georgetown University
Georgetown University is an accredited, private nonprofit research university. As the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in the U.S., Georgetown comprises nine schools, all located in the heart of Washington, D.C. Georgetown's School of Continuing Studies (SCS) offers a wide range of master's degrees in online formats, including programs in business & management, marketing & communications, real estate, higher education, and technology & security.
The Online Student Experience
Online students receive the same high-quality academic content and instructors as those in Georgetown's on-campus programs. The online courses are available in both a traditional 15-week format as well as in short 7.5-week modules. Most courses allow students to complete their coursework on their own time frame, though students may be required to log in at some specific times to participate in class discussions or interact with their professors. Georgetown online students use Canvas and Blackboard to access their course materials. Other online tools, such as VoiceThread, PollEverywhere, and TurnItIn, provide students with enhanced learning options for interacting and networking with classmates and faculty.
'True to the Georgetown academic reputation, the Sports Industry Management program provides students unique access to modern concepts in the business of sports through a faculty of industry experts highly engaged in our success going forward.'
Felipe, Master's in Sports Industry Management
'Georgetown's Real Estate program has a diverse selection of classes that allowed me to pick and choose areas that would cater more towards my individual career growth…'
Jerry, Master's in Real Estate
'The program introduced me to different people in a lot of different professions. I enjoyed engaging in various dialogues and debates, and was fortunate to learn a great deal from my peers and the Georgetown staff.'
John, Master's in Technology Management
- Applicants must have a bachelor's degree or higher.
Why Georgetown University?
Georgetown is home to an outstanding faculty of successful practitioners, renowned scholars, and dedicated educators. Experts in their fields, our faculty members represent a balance of traditional research interests and applied professional experience.
Convenient and Flexible Learning
Online students can enroll in 15-week or 7.5-week long courses. Most courses are asynchronous, which allows busy students to complete their coursework and watch lectures on their own time.
Resources for online students include 24/7 technical support as well as access to the University Library System's eResources, full alumni benefits, and opportunities to partake in on-campus speaker panels, workshops, and events via livestream.
Rooted in Georgetown's Jesuit values, our programs reflect the Jesuit tradition of educating the whole person and foster personal and professional growth.
Minimum Eligibility Requirements
Georgetown University's School of Continuing Studies does not require GRE or GMAT graduate exam test scores for admission to their Master of Professional Studies programs.
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