Come learn about Georgetown University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences' exciting master's programs on Tuesday, November 6 from 12 noon until 2:00pm in Pedro Arrupe Hall (next to Reiss / Leavey Center).  Refreshments and door prizes for everyone (register at the registration table upon arrival).

Representatives of the Graduate School Admissions Office will be on hand to discuss applying to Graduate School, requirements, costs, and general questions about financial aid.  

Program representatives from the following programs will available to discuss their academic program, coursework, and other specific information:

Featured Graduate Programs

  • Aging & Health (M.S.)
  • Analytics  (M.S.) 
  • Communication, Culture & Technology  (M.A.) 
  • Conflict Resolution  (M.A.) 
  • Educational Transformation  (M.A.) 
  • Environmental Metrology & Policy  (M.S.) 
  • Epidemiology  (M.S.)
  • Global Health  (M.S.)
  • Global Infectious Diseases   (M.S.)
  • Health and the Public Interest  (M.S.)
  • Health Systems Administration  (M.S.) 
  • Learning, Design, and Technology  (M.A.)

Register at:

Prizes:  2 GU Graduate School application fee waivers.
Gift Certificates:  Chipotle, Sprinkles Cupcakes, Starbucks Coffee & Pizzeria Paradiso!
Enter to win prizes at the registration table.

       *You do not need to be present to claim prizes. Drawings at 2:00 p.m.

Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Information Session
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
12 noon until 2:00pm
Pedro Arrupe Hall (next to Reiss / Leavey Center)



  • New Master's Degree Melds Environmental Measurements Science and Policy

    A new interdisciplinary master’s program, designed to give students the skills to conduct rigorous scientific measurement and analysis of toxins, hazardous substances and other materials in the earth’s atmosphere and surface, will be offered by the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences this fall. The aim is to equip students with a better understanding of environmental measurements science and policy. “The idea is that you want to use the best available science to inform the process of policymaking” says YuYe Tong, chemistry professor and program director for the Master of Science in Environmental Metrology & Policy. “Our vision is to teach and train people to be skillful with both sides of the equation – to understand the science and the processes through which how science can best inform the policymaking.” Tong says the new two-year program, offered through Georgetown’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, is the first of its kind in the United States. (read more)

  • Graduate Student BBQ for Georgetown Day

    The Graduate Student Government (GradGov) is sponsoring a Graduate Student Barbeque on the Car Barn Patio on Friday, April 28, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

  • New Masters of Arts in Learning and Design cited by Inside Higher Ed blog

    This year Georgetown University is launching a new Master of Arts in Learning and Design (MLD). It is a great thing any time a university commits to training the next generation of instructional designers, educational technologists, and non-faculty educators. The Georgetown program looks to be particularly innovative, with an interdisciplinary curriculum coupled with specialized tracks in learning design, technology innovation, learning analytics, and higher education leadership...

  • 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

  • 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:

  • 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)

  • Achieving Financial Inclusion

    The Georgetown University and Santander Group Partnership on Social Economy will present “Achieving Financial Inclusion": An Event of the Annual 'Finance and Human Development' Series, on Thursday, October 6, 2016 at Gaston Hall, Georgetown University, Washington, DC. The event will consist of afternoon panel discussions followed by a special keynote address featuring Lawrence H. Summers, President Emeritus and Charles W. Eliot Professor, Harvard University, with a special introduction by Ana Botín, Executive Chairman, The Santander Group. (see more)

  • Graduate School Dean to Host Welcome BBQ for Graduate Students: September 8

    Dean Norberto Grzywacz, Dean of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, will host a welcome bar-b-que dinner for all graduate students and graduate faculty on Thursday, September 8, 2016 from 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. on the 4th floor patio of the Car Barn. There will be food and beverages provided at no cost to all graduate students. Beer and wine will be served (official photo ID showing proof of age required).

  • Graduate School to Develop Program to Aid Paraguay’s Higher Education Sector

    Georgetown University’s Center for Intercultural Education and Development has teamed up with the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences to implement a Program for the Reform and Strengthening of Paraguay’s Higher Education Sector. The program consists of several technical assistance projects conducted by Georgetown University in cooperation with the Government of Paraguay for the purpose of contributing to the improvement and strengthening of the quality of training, research, services and management of the higher education institutions of Paraguay, so that the higher education system meets the national labor requirements for the education and development goals of Paraguay. (see more)