U.S. News & World Report listed Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business 7th in its annual ranking of online graduate business degrees. This is the first year that McDonough, which now offers a blended Master of Science in Finance (MSF), was eligible for the ranking.
“Georgetown’s blended MSF program represents the future of graduate business education,” said Allan Eberhart, director of the MSF program and professor of finance. “We embrace cutting-edge technology to increase the program’s educational quality and to attract bright and motivated students from all over the world who need the flexibility to work outside the Washington, D.C., area.”
For the ranking, U.S. News evaluated online programs (excluding MBAs) from multiple business disciplines in the areas of student engagement, admissions selectivity, student services and technology, faculty credentials and teaching, and peer assessment.