Students in this dual degree program earn both Georgetown's Masters in Public Policy (MPP) and the HEC Paris’ Masters in Management-Grande Ecole (MiM). The MPP/MiM dual degree will provide an inter-disciplinary skill set, international educational experience, and an integrated work experience in both Europe and North America for professionals in the early stages of their careers.   The dual training in private and public sector analytical and management skills will prepare students well for today’s job market in which professionals frequently have careers that shift across employers, sectors and international borders. 

Only current students enrolled in HEC Paris’ MiM program can apply. For more information about the MiM program, please visit: http://www.hec.edu/Masters-programs/Master-s-Programs/Grande-Ecole/Master-in-Management/Key-Features. Note: For the McCourt Application, no Supplemental Data Form is required.

To earn this dual degree, students must complete the full first year MiM curriculum requirements at HEC Paris, 36 credits at the McCourt School, and an internship over the course of an intense 28 months. All of the teaching for the dual degree program is in English. The following represents a typical course sequence:

Year One:
Fall and Winter/Spring at HEC
  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Economics
  • Financial Markets
  • Introduction to Law and Contracts Law
  • Statistics
  • Business Economics
  • Accounting 2
  • Corporate Finance
  • Corporate Tax Management
  • Leading People and Organizations
  • Legal Management of the Company
  • Management of Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Methods of Cost Analysis
  • Operation and Supply Chain Management
  • Strategy
Year One:
Summer at HEC
Work
Year Two:
Fall at McCourt
12 credits
  • PPOL 506, Intermediate Microeconomics (1.5 credit, first half)
  • PPOL 515, Comparative Policy Process
  • PPOL 518/519, Ethics, Values and Public Policy/Ethics in a Globalized World
  • PPOL elective
  • PPOL elective (1.5 credit, second half)
Year Two:
Spring Semester at McCourt
12 credits
  • PPOL 502, Regression Methods for Policy Analysis
  • PPOL 507, Microeconomics II
  • PPOL 515, Comparative Public Management
  • PPOL elective
Year Two:
Summer Semester at McCourt
6 credits
  • PPOL 503, Advanced Regression and Program Evaluation Methods
  • PPOL 528, Thesis Workshop I
  • Full- or part-time work
Year Three:
Fall at McCourt
6 credits
  • PPOL 529, Thesis Workshop II (5 credits)
  • PPOL elective
  • Full- or part-time work