Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and Walsh School of Foreign Service jointly deliver the Master of Arts in International Business and Policy (MA-IBP). The MA-IBP curriculum provides an understanding of the frameworks and mechanisms that drive business and international relations and explores those concepts in contemporary global issues. Designed for Working Professionals, the program is delivered in six one-week modules and two four-week online courses over a 12-month period.
During the course of the program, each student completes a social action project that offers the opportunity to research a real-world issue.
Past companies and projects have included:
- World Bank: Globalization of Space Tech Innovation and Competition
- Save the Children: Emergency Humanitarian Response Logistics Strategy and Organization
- Starbucks: Sustainable Coffee Commodity Chain Strategy and Organization