At Georgetown University in Qatar, our executive education caters to the lifestyle and learning style of busy professionals. Our customized executive seminars and degree programs leverage our intellectual capital, global reach, and world-class professors to provide the skills, knowledge, and solutions you need in a complex and fast-moving international marketplace.
Georgetown University in Qatar is pleased to announce the Spring 2018 offering of Certificate Courses in Business Economics. These courses are carefully selected and expertly designed to provide junior to mid-level executives a solid understanding of how global markets inter-dependencies and big data are shaping business and the economy, and it helps them develop the technical framework and intuition needed to enhance decision making, marketing, and strategic planning in the short to medium-run.
April 15 and 17, 2018
Big data is changing the way we communicate, do business, and make decisions. The course will make you acquainted with the building blocks of big data, will help you experiment with statistical and data management tools like R, Mongo DB and Hadoop, and will teach you how to perform predictive modeling and analytics exercises that turn data into valuable and actionable knowledge.
April 15 and 16, 2018
A two-day course that will teach the processes for deciding when to develop public-private partnerships and how to monitor their performance as well as to explore the political, managerial, legal, financial, and ethical implications of such partnerships. This program also presents an exceptional opportunity to become familiar with PPPs in Qatar.
April 18 and 19, 2018
A two-day intensive course that provides executives with the tools and intuition needed to master global markets. Through an in-depth analysis of the components that comprise the global financial system, the identification of the linkages between those components, and a careful study of the forces that shift them, participants will learn to anticipate, understand, explain, and respond to movements in global markets.