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Georgetown University’s M.A. in Democracy and Governance is now accepting applications for Fall 2018!
Georgetown University’s 2-year Master of Arts in Democracy and Governance is pleased to share that we are now accepting applications for Fall 2018. Situated in the heart of Washington, D.C., we provide unparalleled opportunities for students to prepare for exciting careers in fields such as democracy assistance, human rights, and governance reform.
Positioned at the Crossroads of Theory and Practice
Our curriculum allows students to study with world-class professors drawn from Georgetown’s premier faculty and from the very best of the professional community working in the fields of democracy assistance and governance reform in Washington, D.C.
In our classrooms, students can gain a rich knowledge of the theories and research that guide our understanding of democracy, governance, and political development. At the same time, they can develop practical skills that will help them advance their careers.
Our curriculum features:
◊ Engaging courses on timely topics
◊ Faculty drawn from both academia and the professional field
◊ Internship for credit options
◊ Study groups producing original analysis for major institutions
◊ “Skills courses” offering broadly-applicable professional training in areas such as policy briefing and social media management
Small Classes, Big Benefits
The M.A. in Democracy and Governance offers students a highly personalized experience, both inside and outside of the classroom. Students are able to gain from the focus of a highly specialized program, while still enjoying the many benefits of studying at Georgetown. Our students regularly take advantage of our Washington, D.C. location to complete internships and we have a strong job placement record after graduation. Our deeply committed alumni network has contributed to the program’s sterling reputation in the democracy and governance sector.
We invite you to visit our website to learn more about our program and contact us with any questions. Our application deadline is January 15, 2018. Come see what an M.A. in Democracy and Governance can do for you!