Kogod School of Business
Established in 1955, the Kogod School of Business, the first school of business founded in the nation's capital, offers graduate and undergraduate business degrees with an unmatched opportunity to integrate a business education with real-world experience and a global perspective. Kogod's dual degrees, strong co-curricular programs, endowed scholarships, and thought-leading research attract high-quality students and faculty from around the world. Kogod's commitment to the belief that profit and purpose are not at odds permeates both the curriculum and the research of its faculty.
The Kogod faculty has a tradition of impactful research on the interplay between business and policy in a global context. Possessing both a global mindset and a focus on the interconnectedness of the private and public sectors, our scholars are recognized thought leaders in areas of consumer health policy, corporate social responsibility, emerging markets, financial regulation, and information systems. In addition to publishing in top peer-reviewed journals and serving in leading roles in academic associations and journals, Kogod faculty seek to inform and influence practice and public policy through testimony before Congress and other governmental agencies, media appearances, and participation in industry symposiums. Kogod experts have rich professional experience and regularly consult with corporations and organizations such as the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Federal Reserve, the Federal Trade Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission, and the World Bank. Through their research and professional activities, the Kogod faculty strives to provide insights and shape the critical issues that define the future of business.