The world of business is broad, dynamic and ever evolving. GW students acquire the base disciplines that give them strong business knowledge. But they are also given unusual experiential opportunities. They undertake internships at places like the World Bank and the White House, they examine case studies that look beyond the bottom line to also explore ethics, they do problem-solving for real corporations and they have contact with high-profile executives willing to talk about the challenges of their industries.
Related Majors, Minors, and Concentrations
There are no majors, but students focus among these six concentrations: business economics and public policy; finance; information systems; international business; marketing; and tourism, sport, event and hospitality management.
What can I expect to learn in the Business Administration program at GW?
You may hear the news about a company going bankrupt, issuing stock, launching a marketing campaign or seeking capital. But what does that really mean? Our business classes help you relate theory to everyday existence.
What is the Business Administration community like at GW?
It is a community on the go. When they aren’t headed to New York to meet alumni, students join business clubs, work in high-profile internships or enter their ideas in entrepreneurial competitions.
What can I do in the Business Administration field?
It’s a steppingstone to a roster of careers, from multinationals to sports organizations to entrepreneurial operations. GW’s own backyard is filled with these employers: investment banks, the government, nonprofits and corporate powerhouses.