Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business’s distinguished faculty members regularly provide thought leadership through various media outlets. They share research insights and commentary on business news.
The Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics brings together the finest scholars and best teachers from different fields to advance understanding of the ethical issues inherent in the functioning of the market society.
The institute’s comprehensive approach to the study of markets and ethics extends beyond the exploration of ethical questions related to business people functioning in the organizational setting to include issues surrounding law and law enforcement policy and the pressures of conducting business in a political environment with rules that are subject to change.
The Georgetown McDonough undergraduate business program educates students in the Jesuit tradition, emphasizing superior teaching skills for distinguished professional performance, encouraging continued pursuit of knowledge, and fostering a commitment of service to others. The program combines a comprehensive liberal arts education with instruction in core business disciplines to prepare students for success in business careers, as well as for advanced graduate studies. The program also has a global emphasis, with opportunities for study abroad, global consulting projects, and internship and fellowship programs.