Six graduate degree programs form a vital foundation for graduate study at the School of Foreign Service. The programs housed at the School cater to the diverse interests and needs of over 700 students—both full- and part-time—from more than 60 countries. While completing their degrees, SFS graduate students may simultaneously pursue certificates in areas such as refugee and humanitarian emergencies and international business diplomacy.
Visit the individual program sites for detailed information about course offerings, degree requirements, and much more.
Master of Science
- Foreign Service (MSFS)
Master of Arts
- Arab Studies (MAAS)
- German & European Studies (MAGES)
- Latin American Studies (CLAS)
- Russian & East European Studies (REES)
- Security Studies (SSP)
Candidates in several master's programs may also pursue certificate programs.
- Landegger Program in International Business Diplomacy
- Institute for the Study of International Migration
Global Executive Master of Business Administration
The School of Foreign Service has always been a leader in taking an interdisciplinary approach to international education. The Global Executive MBA program pairs the unique SFS approach to global issues with the strength of two world-renowned business schools: Georgetown's McDonough School of Business and the ESADE Business School in Spain.
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