I thoroughly enjoyed every session and found the content to be informative and engaging. The guest speakers were outstanding, their insights and experiences added value to our discussions and made the class even more enjoyable. I appreciated the opportunity to learn from such knowledgeable professionals and gain a better understanding of public policy.
It was such a great experience spending the week in Washington DC learning about public policy, advocacy, and government affairs as it relates to business strategy through The Washington Campus. It was a unique opportunity to hear from a variety of speakers, connect with a fellow Michigan OMBA student, and meet students from several other MBA programs from across the country!
I had a very insightful and impactful class this week at The Washington Campus in Washington DC, learning about Strategically Managing Business, Public Affairs, and Public Policy. I never thought that my MBA journey through the W.P. Carey School of Business would be loaded with so many unique classroom and networking opportunities.
Last week I was fortunate to spend the week in Washington, D.C. as a participant diving into a course on Strategically Managing Business, Public Policy, and Public Affairs hosted by The Washington Campus With 45+ other students from 11 MBA programs across the country, we were exposed to diverse, insightful congressional staffers and leaders throughout Public Policy, Government Affairs, Media, Cybersecurity and more. Listening to perspectives both bipartisan and on either side of the aisle has been an invaluable experience both professionally and personally.
Last week I was fortunate to spend time in our nation’s capital with fellow graduate students from across the country exploring topics related to business, public affairs and public policy. We heard from corporate public affairs leaders, former US trade representatives, attorneys, lobbyists, and trade organization members amongst others…all of whom came from diverse backgrounds and demonstrated that strong relationships in both business and politics is paramount. I cannot thank The Washington Campus enough for the fantastic program they delivered as well as the driven and insightful team members I had the pleasure of working with.
You may register now on our homepage for our MBA programs and Health Care Policy MBA program. Our current in-person MBA 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
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