Georgetown and GW designed two of their master's programs with a different student in mind: the technology pro who, at mid-career, returns to school to attain management skills. But both programs have found growing interest from students who have liberal-arts backgrounds, fell into tech careers and want an understanding of technology to help them advance.
Master's programs in security studies, a field that covers threats to national security like terrorism, weapons proliferation and international crime, train students for agency jobs and other employment.
Understanding the global hospitality and tourism marketplace is a must for any job in the field. D.C.-area master’s programs offer an array of experiences in the industry to help students build solid résumés.