Welcome to Georgetown University's Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, at nearly 200 years old, offers a wide variety of doctoral, master's and certificate programs encompassing both traditional and interdisciplinary studies.  Whether you’re interested in pursuing doctoral research in Government or Neuroscience, or exploring top-ranking master’s programs such as Foreign Service or Public Policy, you are sure to find unique opportunities in our graduate community.

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  • Masters in Educational Transformation and Masters in Learning & Design Programs Created

    Two new master’s programs – one designed to give students tools to transform K-12 urban education and the other to provide key concepts in design, innovation, technology and analytics – will be offered by the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences beginning in the summer of 2017. For more detailed information about these two innovative master's programs, please see https://www.georgetown.edu/new-masters-urban-ed-learning-design

  • Grad Students Must Apply to Graduate by February 1, 2017

    For graduate students wishing to participate in the May Commencement Ceremony, you MUST apply to graduate NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY 1, 2017 if you wish to: (a) have your diploma available at the May graduation ceremony and (b) have your name and graduation information printed in the Commencement Book. This early deadline is necessitated by the production schedules of both the diplomas and Commencement Book. For more detailed information, please see the Graduate School's "How to Graduate" page located at: https://grad.georgetown.edu/academics/how-to-graduate

  • Georgetown Hosts Graduate Environmental Conference

    Georgetown University recently hosted its first conference for graduate students on world environmental history, titled: “Humanity & Other Forms of Life: Environmental Histories of the World.” The conference took place at the Georgetown's Mortara Center for International Studies on November 5, 2016 and featured the work of students from eight universities (Cornell, Georgetown, Indiana, NYU, Ohio State, Princeton, Stony Brook, and Yale). (read more)

  • Georgetown Team Explores Higher Ed Changes in Paraguay

    The Ministry of Education and Culture of Paraguay contracted Georgetown University to develop a proposal for the reform of higher education in that country. Two entities at Georgetown University formed a partnership to develop this proposal. They were the Center for Intercultural Education and Development, and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. These two entities developed a team of experts to develop the proposal. (read more)