George Washington University was founded in 1821 by an act of congress as a college for the District of Columbia. Today it is a private, non-denominational, co-ed university located in the heart of Washington DC, mere blocks from the White House and the National Mall. Its association with Freemasonry is reflected in the architecture and design of the campus, as well as the $1 million gift from the The Supreme Council of Scottish Rite Freemasonry Southern Jurisdiction that founded the Business School.
Founded as a way to prove government and business could work together for the mutual benefit of the nation, the George Washington University Business School today offers students the unique opportunities afforded by its location in the most powerful city in the world, with government agencies, banks, and corporations within easy reach and partnered with the school. Top-ranked by US News and World Report, Businessweek, Financial Times, and the Wall Street Journal, the GWU Business School graduate programs are designed to prepare students for leadership on the world stage.
The GWU Business School offers a unique Healthcare MBA online, with a curriculum emphasizing ethics, global business, and leadership in a two-year AACSB-accredited program. Application packets include:
A completed and signed application form requires:
- The application fee of $60
- Official transcripts
- Current resume
- Two letters of recommendation
- Statement of program objectives and professional goals
Students must complete a pre-application interview before applying. Students must have three to five years of professional experience and GMAT scores, though the GMAT may be waived for board certified medical doctors. At $1,300 per semester hour, $68,000 covers full tuition, with financial aid available through federal and private loans.