Students at the Busch School of Business and Economics are in the middle of a vibrant and varied business environment, a global city with extraordinary diversity, and the center of economic and public policy in America. 

What does that mean for our students?

Top-notch faculty and guest lecturers

In addition to our expert full-time faculty, Washington, D.C., provides the Busch School of Business and Economics with access to the best part-time faculty — CEOs and members of Congress — who share our commitment to the principles of Catholic social doctrine, and who, along with our full-time faculty, bring their real-world experience into the classroom for our students.

Contacts and Internships

Washington, D.C., provides the Busch School of Business and Economics with a wide network of contacts whom our students can access for internship opportunities at U.S. government agencies, international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and Top 500 companies.

Jobs

Washington, D.C., provides our graduates access to jobs.  More than 92 percent of our graduates secure full-time employment within six months of graduation.

Explore D.C. Culture, Arts, Sports, and More

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    In addition to academic and professional opportunities, Washington, D.C., offers cultural, entertainment, and artistic experiences. From concerts at the Kennedy Center to exhibits at the Smithsonian museums to ballgames at Nationals Park, our location is alive with exciting and enriching possibilities.

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