GW’s MS in Government Contracts offers an innovative curriculum that combines both the core principles of government procurement law and business.
Students must complete 36 credit hours as follows:
Eight Core Classes for a total of 23 credit hours
Law or Business Electives comprising nine credit hours
The Capstone Course comprising four credit hours (including scholarly research, writing and the capstone project)
Core classes may be taken in any sequence. Formation of Government Contracts and Performance of Government Contracts must be completed before taking Law electives. The capstone course must be completed last.
All courses are offered on the Foggy Bottom campus in Washington, D.C. and online.
The MSGC Program can be completed in as little as 2.5 years, and as long as five years. Students generally take 1-2 courses per semester. The MSGC Program Manager works with students to create a customized plan that fits their needs.