Georgetown University

Master of Science in Finance Military Education Benefits

We are proud to offer the online Master of Science in Finance (MSF) to individuals who are serving or who have served in the United States Armed Forces. As an online MSF student at Georgetown, you will learn alongside your esteemed classmates wherever you live or serve. You will be well positioned for your future career, whether in the military or as a civilian.

Our history as a university is linked with the U.S. military, from the Civil War onward, and our programs are pursued by many military-connected students, including service members, veterans and military families. We value the experience, dedication and drive you bring to our MSF community. Georgetown University is ranked #4 in Best Colleges for Veterans by US News & World Report 2018.

To help finance your studies, we encourage you to learn more about the Yellow Ribbon Program and its partnership with Georgetown University.

Yellow Ribbon Program

We proudly offer the Yellow Ribbon GI Educational Enhancement Program, a provision of the Post-9/11 Veteran Educational Assistance Act of 2008.

For more information on applying for the Yellow Ribbon Program as a Georgetown student, visit our Veterans page.

Leaves of Absence: Pause Your Degree if Deployed

We understand that students who serve in the Armed Forces might encounter situations where their military obligations force them to withdraw from a course of study. We also recognize this can happen with little notice.

If you’re called upon for active duty or service in a branch of the U.S. Armed Forces and you need to withdraw from your studies, give Georgetown University advance notice as soon as possible after you have received your orders, by presenting a copy of your orders to an academic dean.

If it is impossible for you to provide advance notice, do so at the first reasonable opportunity with a written, signed letter to the Veterans Office, accompanied by a copy of your military orders.

Please call (866) 531-4825 or request more information and an admissions advisor will be happy to answer your questions.