Walkable Urban Development

The graduate certificate in walkable urban development provides coursework in the practical foundations of walkable urban real estate development and place management. Real estate development in the United States has been transitioning from building and financing single-use properties in the suburbs to building, financing and managing complex mixed-use projects in walkable urban cores. This certificate provides students with the tools necessary to finance, develop and manage these emerging communities.

Business Analytics

The GW School of Business's M.S. in Business Analytics offers a rigorous curriculum that prepares students for successful careers in helping organizations make better decisions through Analytics. Students are provided a deep foundation in the various methodologies and technologies of analytics along with the necessary team and project skills to apply them in the real world.

Business Administration: Online M.B.A.

Program format: Part-time
Total credits: 55.5

Students may begin the program in the Fall, Spring or Summer semesters (August, January, or May). Each semester is comprised of fourteen weeks of coursework and generally students will take two classes per module for a total of four per semester.

Government Contracts

GW’s M.S. in Government Contracts offers an innovative curriculum that combines both the core principles of government procurement law and business. The program can be completed in as little as eighteen months, with courses being taken evenings or online. Students must complete thirty-six (36) credit hours as follows:

Seven (7) required courses totaling twenty-one (21) credit hours as follows:

Tourism Administration

Students may concentrate their studies in event and meeting management, hospitality management, sport management, or sustainable tourism management. Or they may develop individualized concentrations focusing on ecotourism or cultural heritage tourism.

Project Management

The program brings real workplace examples to the classroom, integrating them into the overall curriculum. The program is not discipline-specific and focuses on no single technical domain.

Information Systems Technology

The M.S.I.S.T. is designed for working professionals in information systems technology who are looking to make a career shift. Through dynamic, hands-on laboratory and classroom-based courses, students learn how to integrate information systems technology expertise and management skills to effectively implement business solutions.


The M.S.F. program builds upon a Bachelor or Master of Business Administration or a degree in another quantitative discipline. It emphasizes both financial theory and quantitative methods in financial management.

Students engage in applied research and modeling, using large professional databases and computer software packages. They explore the international and regulatory dimensions of finance while focusing on risk management, financial engineering, banking, corporate finance and portfolio analysis and management.

School of Business

School of Business

Business Administration: World Executive M.B.A.

The core curriculum of our World Executive M.B.A. program centers on three themes: Leading People, Global and Local Environments, and Mastering Business Functions (financial management, decision skills, and marketing). Students broaden their views of the global marketplace, connect with the elite business community throughout the world, develop management skills, become part of a network of high achievers and receive intensive coaching and leadership development preparation. Our program targets professionals with at least eight years of work experience.