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Most Valuable MBA for Women in Washington, D.C.

The Kogod School of Business is proud to offer the most valuable MBA in Washington, D.C. for female students. Women make up nearly a third of the Kogod faculty and more than 40 percent of our MBA student body, more than any other school in D.C.

Kogod alumna Susan M. Apgood

Susan Matthews Apgood, MBA '96, founded News Generation, Inc., a media relations firm specializing in radio and television content. Her Bethesda, Maryland-based company—which also has an office in Atlanta—has served clients Discovery Communications, Expedia, Microsoft, and the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Rayneisha Watson, MBA '08

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"The MBA program [at Kogod] provided real-world experiences and prepared me for my first job as a [healthcare and strategy] consultant."

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Liz Wing, MBA '13

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"An MBA is really important in the nonprofit field. Passion doesn't replace technical skills...they will give you a competitive edge in the market." 

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Leading Women Faculty

32 percent

The percent of Kogod's faculty who are women is nearly double that of the top MBA programs in the country according to Bloomberg Businessweek.

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Stephanie Janeiro, MBA '14

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"I came to Kogod because when I was looking around at all the different schools in the D.C. area, this is where I felt at home."

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Briana Evans, MBA '15

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"The students [at Kogod] had a [deeper] bond and connection with one another than I'd ever seen at a business school."

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Market-driven degree

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Whether you choose our full- or part-time program, the Kogod MBA will provide the skills and tools necessary to advance your career.

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Want to know more? Watch the Kogod Women in Business Conference video or read the study examining the impact of women on corporate boards, conducted by Executive-in-Residence Jill Klein and two female MBA students.