World Executive MBA

The Fastest Path to COO, CFO, or CEO Starts Here.

The George Washington University School of Business knows what today’s business professionals need to be successful in their careers—because it asked them.

The World Executive MBA is a comprehensive program that prepares working professionals to build and lead successful teams, to manage effectively on a global landscape, to deliver exemplary results, to leverage the power of partnership and to use communication, critical thinking and problem solving with new mastery.

Our specialized World Executive MBA with Cybersecurity prepares leaders to work across industries, sectors and borders to detect, confront and defeat the myriad security threats lurking in cyberspace. Professionals enrolled in the program learn from top cybersecurity and cyber-policy experts. The program’s international residencies assign candidates to work on actual cybersecurity projects with organizations such as NATO in Brussels or the European Cybercrime Centre at the Hague.

We understand how you work. You multitask as you maneuver among an array of business environments. That’s how GWSB works.

Our rigorous curriculum helps you gain the in-depth knowledge and concrete skills you need in accounting, finance, marketing, technology, business ethics, decision making and other key business functions. In our World Executive MBA, you learn how to develop leadership strengths, inspire your team and build a bridge between today’s projects and tomorrow’s opportunities.

GWSB’s World Executive MBA

  • Individualized attention is emphasized.
  • International residencies take learning beyond the classroom.
  • Timing is convenient, structure is smart.
  • One program, a lifetime of benefit.

“The GW program allowed me to maintain my work obligations with little impact. The program is rigorous but it is also very responsive to the needs of today’s business environment.”

- Adrian Riddell

Questions?

Contact us at:
wemba@gwu.edu
202.994.8440

Duques Hall, Suite 657
2201 G Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20052