Georgetown’s nine schools offer a wide variety of intellectually rigorous programs designed to prepare students for many disparate careers and guide them toward their intellectual and professional goals. Our schools offer undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as law and medical degrees, medical residencies, post-doctoral positions and a growing number of specialized certificates and continuing education programs.
Georgetown College, the oldest Catholic and Jesuit college in the United States, offers undergraduate programs in arts, the sciences, humanities, languages and the social sciences, with an emphasis on intellectual vitality, a global viewpoint and community service.
McDonough School of Business
Located at the center of world politics and business in Washington, D.C., the McDonough School of Business offers undergraduate, MBA and executive educations with an intensive focus on fostering leadership and a global perspective.
Walsh School of Foreign Service
Founded in 1919, the School of Foreign Service – the oldest school of international affairs in the U.S. – offers undergraduate and graduate programs in international affairs, regional and comparative studies and security studies.
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
The graduate school offers Master’s and Ph.D. programs with research opportunities in many fields, including liberal arts, interdisciplinary programs, public policy, business, biomedical and basic science fields, to name a few.
Biomedical Graduate Education is an extension of the Graduate School overseeing more than 26 programs in biomedical sciences offering certificates, Master's, and Ph.D. degrees in the Medical Center.
Georgetown’s law school is known for its top-ranked programs in constitutional, international, tax and clinical law with a strong tradition of public service. The Law Center’s location puts it within walking distance of Congress, the Supreme Court and the U.S. Department of Justice.
School of Medicine
Georgetown’s School of Medicine takes an integrated approach to educating knowledgeable, skillful, ethical and compassionate physicians and biomedical scientists dedicated to the care of others and the health needs of our society.
School of Continuing Studies
Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies offers graduate programs in professional and liberal studies, over 25 professional certificate programs, custom and corporate training and education, summer school and special programs as well as the university’s only part-time bachelor’s program. The school’s innovative educational programming creates opportunities for students and professionals to translate and apply classroom learning through research, scholarship and service.
School of Nursing & Health Studies
The School of Nursing & Health Studies offers innovative academic programs in the health and health care fields, including health systems administration, health care management and policy, human science, global health and nursing. Learn More
McCourt School of Public Policy
Founded in 2013, the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University is a top-ranked graduate school located at the center of the policy world in Washington, D.C. Our mission is to give our students the rigorous quantitative and analytic skills needed to design, implement and evaluate smart policies and to conduct policy research and recommend effective solutions on today’s most critical topics.