As a government relations professional I came in knowing a lot. I left knowing even more. Why should a non-lobbyist care about this program? If you are a corporate executive and have been tasked with building a public affairs function, investing your time and dollars at the Washington Campus is a no-brainer. You’ll expand your network with some of Washington’s leading experts and you’ll learn best-in-class public affairs structure which will save your business time and money. The Washington Campus residency is the roadmap to getting your public and government affairs team strategy right – the first time.
For the past week, the convergence of business strategy and the public policy process at The Washington Campus was packed with speakers to gain insights from 360 degrees in advocacy views, managing corporate affairs to cybersecurity. Visiting the Capitol Hill Club, the National Press Club, and finally meeting with Senator Raphael Warnock and his staff at Capitol Hill was an unforgettable experience. It has been a great journey learning firsthand about public policies and affairs to navigate efficiently and effectively for the implementation of business strategies.
We just wrapped up a transformative week in Washington DC where The Washington Campus challenged current and future global business leaders to think strategically, effectively, and ethically when managing public affairs and policy. The curriculum was outstanding, and I greatly appreciated the opportunity to discuss issues facing the southwest region of the US with Senator Mark Kelly.
Last week, I had the amazing opportunity to learn how to manage corporate and public policy issues from some amazing speakers. I’m beyond thankful for what I’ve learned and happy to have shared this experience with some amazing leaders from other institutions.
I had the opportunity to attend The Washington Campus course on Strategically Managing Business, Public Policy, and Public Affairs. This class provided a comprehensive view of the intricate dance between the government, advocacy groups, and businesses. I delved deep into the mechanisms by which these entities interact, influencing pivotal legislation that safeguards consumers and fosters healthy competition. This knowledge has broadened my understanding of the strategic interface between business and policy-making, illuminating the importance of active engagement in public affairs.
You may register now on our homepage for our EMBA programs. Our current EMBA course tuition is as follows:
Payment is due upon registration in order to have a space reserved. During the online registration process, students will be prompted to select from a list of consortium member schools and programs (full-time, part-time, etc.) or a non-consortium school (listed as “Other”).
Should you have any questions during the registration process regarding payment, including any special conditions that may vary according to your school’s specific arrangements, please consult with your home campus MBA staff representative or contact The Washington Campus staff at (202) 234-4446 or email@example.com.
In order to gain access to certain government buildings, proper government-issued identification is required.
As soon the registration process is completed, you will be sent a username and password to enter the course’s secure website where details of the course (including pre-readings) will be posted. Group project assignments will be sent to each student on the first day of the course.
Transportation to and lodging in D.C. are the responsibility of course participants. On the logistics page provided after registration, there are helpful hints and links regarding transportation and lodging options.
The Washington Campus facility is convenient to the Farragut North (Red Line) and Farragut West (Blue/Orange/Silver Lines) Metro stations.
Courses that are held in-person will be at or near The Washington Campus facilities, located at:
1150 18th Street NW, Suite 400
Washington DC 20036
Register for the next EMBA Program today!