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Graduate Programs for Veterans

The Graduate Programs at GWSB for Veterans

There is a special bond between the George Washington School of Business and active duty service members and military veterans. You bring leadership and experience that adds value to programs and fellow students. As a leader in business education, we provide new tools and knowledge to help you excel at what's next.

School of Business

The George Washington University School of Business offers six MBA programs, five Specialized Master of Science programs, and a doctoral program. Emphasizing ethical leadership and sustainable business practices, the programs are taught by exceptional faculty who are actively engaged in global business. Our location near the White House, the World Bank and the IMF provides extraordinary opportunities to interact with people and institutions that directly impact society. We advance the frontiers of knowledge through more than a dozen research centers and institutes, studying a full spectrum of relevant business topics, from international trade to sustainability to financial literacy. This is where it is all happening - at the Intersection of Business and Society.

"You have a proven capacity to lead and inspire others, and you've acquired and tested that capacity often in situations of extreme complexity and often in cases of dire emergency. Your experience enriches the classroom and campus environments and enriches the education of your fellow students because you bring a unique perspective to them. Your commitment to service, which you've also demonstrated in such an extraordinary way, is an inspiration to students, and I think strengthens their own commitment to service."

President Steven Knapp of George Washington University
at the Student Veterans of America National Conference



Dedicated Veteran Services:
  • GW Office of Veteran Services
  • Faculty mentors with military service
  • GW relationships with HR personnel within all branches of the military
  • GW relationship with Veteran's Administration
  • Flexibility to veterans' schedules
  • GW Veterans, a chapter of the Student Veterans of America
  • Named "Military Friendly" in 2010, 2011
    by G.I. Jobs magazine
  • Named "Best for Vets" in 2011
    by Military Times' Edge magazine
Career Management Support:
  • Career transition coaching
  • Resume development
  • Developing and marketing your personal brand Interview preparation
  • Employer interaction
Distinguished Alumni


Colin Powell

65th United States Secretary of State
12th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General, United States Army (Retired)

B. J. Penn

Secretary of the Navy
Captain, United States Navy (Retired)

John William Vessey, Jr.

10th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General, United States Army (Retired)

Peter Pace

16th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
General, United States Marine Corps (Retired)

William Owens

Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Admiral, United States Navy (Retired)

Thad Allen

23rd Commandant of the Coast Guard
Admiral, United States Coast Guard (Retired)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programs of Study




Global MBA

gwmba@gwu.edu

During this full-time program, you'll work in a cohort to complete an innovative curriculum, divided into four modules, incorporating experience in our core values of ethics, leadership, globalization, and teamwork. A highlight will be the Consulting Abroad Program (CAP) at the end of the first year. This unique experience allows you to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to a real-world client relationship. During the second year, you'll enjoy a flexible program of study based on your area of interest, selecting 16.5 credits of electives from 15 areas of focus. » Read More

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Professional MBA

gwmba@gwu.edu

Self-paced and perfect for working professionals with changing schedules, the evening and weekend Professional MBA gives you the freedom to complete your degree in two to five years. Courses take place various weeknights and occasionally on weekends or online, and you have the opportunity to study abroad and choose from 15 elective areas. » Read More

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Accelerated MBA

gwmba@gwu.edu

Also evening and weekend, this structured, cohort-based program is completed in two years and designed for working professionals. Core classes take place Tuesday evenings and Saturdays. The program is based on the core concepts of ethics and global business, and you may customize your MBA with electives, short-term study abroad, and exchange opportunities. » Read More

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Healthcare MBA

This program is delivered completely online and is structured to be completed in two years. It follows the same curriculum as the Global MBA program, with electives specific to the healthcare field. » Read More

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World Executive MBA

wemba@gwu.edu

Our niche educational experience combines the management wisdom from East and West, connecting you with the business elite around the world. The program is completed in 16 months, with two domestic and two international residencies complementing campus-based courses in a part-time format designed to work with your schedule. Professional coaching and a business challenge are added values. You will choose a track in international business, sustainability, or leadership to customize your program. » Read More

Online MBA

This is a revolutionary, new online program that gives you access - from anywhere in the world - to everything available in a George Washington University MBA. » Read More

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Specialized Masters

Master of Science in Accountancy
Master of Science in Finance
Master of Science in Project Management*
Master of Science in Information Systems Technology*
Master of Science in Tourism Administration*

*On campus & online options.

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Applying for Admission

Visit www.gwu.edu/veterans for a general overview of the admissions process, services offered for Veterans, GI Bill benefits, the Yellow Ribbon Program, as well as our online application system. Deadlines and required materials vary by program.

Costs and Funding

GWSB's financial commitment to active duty military and veterans through generous special scholarships from the School of Business, along with financial support available from the Post 9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon Program make graduate study here attractive and affordable and can provide partial to full funding. To learn more contact GW Student Veterans Services at vetserve@gwu.edu, and include the specific program to which you have applied in the subject line.

Graduate tuition and fees at the George Washington University are comparable to the national average for U.S. private universities. Current information about tuition, fees, and estimated living expenses are provided at www.gwu.edu/gradcosts.

A wide range of graduate student support is available for qualified candidates, including assistantships, fellowships, scholarships, awards, loans, work-study, and cooperative education. General information is available at www.gwu.edu/gradfunding.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact Us
Office of Graduate Programs

Duquès Hall
2201 G Street
NW, Suite 550
Washington, DC 20052
202-994-1212


Email:
MBA (Global, Professional and Accelerated): gwmba@gwu.edu
World Executive MBA: wemba@gwu.edu
Master of Science in Accountancy: maccy@gwu.edu
Master of Science in Finance: gwmsf@gwu.edu
Master of Science in Project Management: mspminfo@gwu.edu
Master of Science in Information Systems Technology: msist@gwu.edu
Master of Science in Tourism Administration: mta@gwu.edu

GW Office of Veterans Services

Colonial Central, Marvin Center, Ground Floor
800 21st Street
NW, Washington, DC 20052
202-994-9570
vetserve@gwu.edu

The George Washington University does not unlawfully discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression. This policy covers all programs, services, policies, and procedures of the University, including admission to educational programs and employment. The University is also subject to the District of Columbia Human Rights Law.