Bring Us Your Ambition
We understand the difference you want to make in your life and your career. We challenge our students to look ahead and prepare them to lead the way. Through innovative programs, such as the ones outlined in this catalog, GW can help you reach beyond your ambition.
The Graduate Programs at GW
At GW, our faculty of leading scholars and practitioners and over 200 master's, doctoral, and certificate programs can help you reach your goals in a professional world that is evolving daily.
Visit www.gwu.edu/gradapply for more information about all of The Graduate Programs at GW.
GW Off-Campus Programs. World-Class Prestige. Convenient Locations. With programs designed specifically for the busy adult professional, GW offers over 30 part-time graduate and undergraduate degree and graduate certificate programs at seven convenient off-campus locations as well as online distance learning, taught by the same high-caliber, nationally- and internationally-recognized faculty who teach at our main campus in Foggy Bottom.
Visit www.gwu.edu/offcampusprograms for more information about the GW Off-Campus Programs near you.
To help you manage and adapt to this rapidly changing job market, The George Washington University offers graduate and undergraduate degree and graduate certificate programs in several locations throughout greater Washington, DC, and southeastern and central Virginia. The convenience of attending class near home or work has enabled thousands of professionals to acquire the knowledge and skills to move up and move ahead.
Evening & Weekend Classes
GW offers an extensive schedule of convenient evening and weekend classes especially designed to fit the time demands of busy adult professionals. While the length of each degree program depends on a number of factors, on average, adults enrolled on a part-time basis can expect to complete a Master's Degree in two to three years.
GW Academic Excellence
GW Off-Campus Programs offer the full benefit of GW's internationally recognized academic excellence. GW Off-Campus Programs adhere to the same high academic standards found on the main campus in downtown Washington, DC. Classes are taught by members of GW's outstanding faculty, supplemented by professionals with extensive experience in their fields.
As corporations, small businesses and the federal government restructure to become more efficient, GW Off-Campus Programs stands ready to give you the competitive edge. This website will help you find current program offerings, application information, a guide to facilities and student services, tuition and financial aid information, as well as other important information needed to help you secure your future.
The College of Professional Studies
The College of Professional Studies (CPS) programs are designed for adult learners and working professionals in mind. With a focus on learning rather than teaching, CPS offers undergraduate and graduate programs that address the competency requirements of adults working in emerging and rapidly changing professions. The College's innovative programs are typically co-developed between university content specialists and outside partners -- commercial businesses, professional associations, consulting companies, and industry leaders.
CPS programs draw from multiple academic disciplines and are delivered in flexible formats: face-to-face, online, or a blend of both. With a faculty combining university experts and outstanding practitioners, the College of Professional Studies is a catalyst for academic innovation -- constructing credentials for the workforce that uphold the University's rigorous standards of academic excellence and respond to the real-world needs of working adults.
In addition to its own programs, CPS provides strategic services to GW by supporting applied graduate programs of GW's other colleges/schools through GW Off-Campus Programs. These programs are offered at convenient off-campus locations with schedules designed specifically for the busy adult professional.
For more information, visit the College of Professional Studies web site at http://cps.gwu.edu/.