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Georgetown University Semester in Washington


Semester: summer

Students enrolled in Georgetown University's Semester in Washington, DC Program (SWP) have the opportunity to earn up to 6 undergraduate credits during the upcoming summer term, and 15 undergraduate credits for the fall semester.  Our rigorous academic program is led by Georgetown University faculty who engage the students in discussions incorporating leadership, ethnics, and social justice.  In small classes, students will examine the complex issues facing nations, organizations, and decision makers today.  Students have the opportunity to focus their academic interests and internship in one of six subject areas: 

- Digital Communications, New Media and Social Change
- International Trade and Commerce
- International Relations
- Law, Legislation and Politics
- Politics and Public Policy
- Religion and Political Culture

The program features an integrated internship that allows students to enhance their resumes and professional skills in order to contribute to their career goals.  Students gain valuable job experience through internships with Congress, leading nonprofits, federal agencies, news organizations, public relations agencies, multinational corporations and law offices.

To learn more about the academic offerings and the internship opportunities available to students in SWP, please visit our website at:

You should apply by the priority application deadlines:

- Summer 2014: March 1
- Fall 20134: July 1

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact James V. Parenti at 202-687-8700.

Georgetown University
School of Continuing Studies
640 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, D.C., DC20001
United States
Phone: 202-687-8700
Faculty Liaison
Eric Morser

Contact Details
James V. Parenti, Senior Associate Dean and Chief Administrative Officer
Phone: 202-687-8700
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