Founded in 1957, Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business is a leading business school with its MBA programs placed among the best in the country and in the world.

The School offers Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Full-Time MBA, Evening MBA, Global EMBA (one weekend format and one modular), Executive Master’s in Leadership (EML) program, and a portfolio of degree and non-degree executive education programs. Undergraduate concentrations include Accounting, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing , and Operations & Information Management. The MBA Program and undergraduate business programs are fully accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).


- The MBA Full-Time Program is ranked 19th by US News & World Report (2010). The ranking examines a variety of factors including peer assessment, recruiter assessment, mean starting salary and bonuses for graduates, graduate employment rates, and admissions selectivity. All 426 master's programs in business accredited by AACSB International were considered.

- 40th in the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2009.

- The undergraduate business programs is rated 24th and the executive MBA program at 12th in 2009 (Business Week).

- 22nd in the 2009 US News Business School Rankings.

- 38th in the world for its MBA program (FT 2008).

- 53rd in the Economist Intelligence Unit MBA Ranking 2007.

- Fortune magazine ranked McDonough 16th in its “50 Best Business Schools for Getting Hired 2007”.

- 25th in the Forbes biennial rankings of the top U.S. business schools (2007). It was placed 37th in 2005.

- 13th in The Wall Street Journal's 2007 ranking of top regional business schools.

- 22nd in Business Week Ranking of Best B-Schools (2006).

- The IEMBA program is placed 10th worldwide in BusinessWeek's ranking of executive MBA programs, "Top Business Schools: 2005 EMBA". By subject area, it is rated 4th in the world for Global Business.

- 25th in the BusinessWeek MBA Rankings 2004.

- 17th among 100 of the world's full-time MBA programs, according to The Financial Times' fifth annual survey (2003).

- The international executive M.B.A. (I.E.M.B.A.) program is placed 9th in Business Week rankings (2001). It is also placed 1st for strategy and global business, 2nd in marketing, and 5th in ethics.

- The MBA program is rated 1st for Hispanics according to a ranking in the September 1999 issue of Hispanic Business.

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World University Ranking Tables

America - US News & World Report, The Princeton Review, BusinessWeek
Canada - Maclean's, Gourman Report Ranking of Canadian Universities
UK - Sunday Times, Guardian, Times Good University Guide, Daily Telegraph
World - Shanghai Jiao Tong ARWU Rankings, Webometrics, Newsweek