Strategy Execution's Partnership with George Washington University

The George Washington University Partnership

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Since 1984, Strategy Execution has partnered with The George Washington University (GW) to deliver professional courses that achieve the highest standard of academic excellence. The George Washington University School of Business (GWSB) is widely renowned for excellence in teaching and research, and is often recognized in top academic and professional rankings by the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report and Business Week, as well as numerous other respected media sources. GW maintains a global profile and collaborates with universities around the world.

GW Advanced Degree Program

Advanced standing toward admission into the GW Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM) program is offered to those earning a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from Strategy Execution within the past five years. A further explanation of Advanced Academic Standing qualifications may be found here:

Those who earn a Master’s Certificate in project management from Strategy Execution and then gain admission to the GW Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM) program within five years are eligible to waive up to nine of the 36 credit hours required to earn the MSPM degree.

Professional Certificates and Credentials

Our partnership with GW adds additional assurance for our students that our courses and curricula meet the highest academic standards. Achieving a GW certificate demonstrates outstanding skill and competency and serves as a recognized credential. With the successful completion of a specified series of courses, students are awarded the corresponding Professional, Associate’s or Master’s certificate. Upon completion of any of our prestigious Master's certificate programs, students are eligible to add credentials to their titles. To date, well over 100,000 Strategy Execution students have earned certificates through the GW partnership. 

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