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The Washington Campus MBA program is
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The Washington Campus, a non-profit, non-partisan educational organization founded in 1978, has served as the principal foundation in the nation’s capital for educating business students and business leaders on the practices and realities of public policy. Consortium members include some of the world’s leading business schools. Speaking at the consortium's 25th anniversary, Vice President Dick Cheney emphasized:

“The Washington Campus program has been so important. They're helping bridge that gap between the world of business and the world of politics. Business leaders learn to see the world as Washington policymakers see it, and policymakers often gain a better understanding of the realities of business life."

Located at the L. William and Sally Seidman Center, the Campus has had the privilege of educating some of the brightest minds in business. We look forward to continuing this tradition by equipping both current and future business leaders with the knowledge and tools they need to better manage the critical link between business and public policy. Join us at The Washington Campus for a MBA, EMBA, corporate, or other specialty program.


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