Executive Master's in Leadership: Tuition and Financial Aid
The Georgetown McDonough Executive Master’s in Leadership program is a transformational personal and professional experience with a worthwhile return on investment. Students graduate with invaluable skills, perspectives, and access to a wide global network of professors, peers, and other Georgetown alumni.
Executive Master’s in Leadership Tuition Fee: $70,112 for the Class of 2017
Included in the tuition fee: tuition, course materials, meals provided on class weekends, parking on class weekends, accommodations at off-site and international residencies, and international travel insurance.
Students should prepare to cover additional expenses, including individual health care or health insurance premiums, round-trip airfare to and from international project locations, visas, and incidental expenses while traveling.
Students should budget for potential year-to-year tuition increases as specified by Georgetown University.
An Executive Master’s in Leadership degree is a life-changing investment. Georgetown University has resources to help students identify options for financing their education. U.S. citizens and permanent residents should contact the Office of Student Financial Services for information on loans and financing.
Students eligible to receive educational benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs are encouraged to contact the Georgetown University Veterans Office.
For more information about the fee payment schedule for the Executive Master’s in Leadership program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 (202) 687-4055.
The Office of Executive Education offers scholarships for degree program students, based on eligibility. Applicants are automatically considered for scholarships. Self-sponsored applicants are encouraged to include a scholarship essay with their applications. The Office of Executive Education notifies students of scholarship awards at the time of admission to the program.
Georgetown University reserves the right to modify the requirements for admission and/or graduation, the program curricula, tuition, fees, and other regulations affecting the student body.