Primarily you are supposed to take the courses within the Landegger Program in International Business Diplomacy (IBD) – an honors program. Courses in the Landegger Program are prefaced by the GBUS prefix which stands for Global Business. You can choose these GBUS courses from the “IBD electives” list. In addition, you can choose courses from the list of “Courses accepted for IBD elective credit” which are pre-vetted to meet the standards of the honors program as well as “IBD electives – MBA course offerings.” (you don’t need to take the courses which are called Gateway or Compulsory courses). Furthermore, if you have specific requests on other courses you would like to take from other programs, then depending on the demand and specific requirements for these courses, there is a fair chance that you can get admitted to such courses as well. Remember that class sizes generally are very small at Georgetown, at around 12-20 students, and thus seating in the classes are very limited. Often some 50% or more of the seats are already reserved for students who have to take the classes as part of their specializations.
Academic credit earned by SSE Fellows at Georgetown may be submitted to SSE for evaluation in accordance with the regulations established by SSE. SSE fellows are responsible for verifying with SSE Program Office that courses taken at Georgetown will be approved for credit transfer to their SSE
MSc degree (as described in the document “SSE Regulations for Course Approval – Student Exchanges” available on the SSE web portal). SSE fellows are also responsible for providing documentation of course content and assessments and for preserving all correspondence with SSE concerning course approval.