Master’s in Government Contracts on the Rise

GW Law’s interdisciplinary Master’s in Government Contracts Program, offered in conjunction with GW’s School of Business, achieved a key milestone with the admission of its 70th graduate student. The new master’s program is fast becoming the nation’s preeminent academic credential for government contracting professionals. 

Curricular offerings related to government contracts continue to increase. This summer, GW’s law and business schools offered a business-oriented version of the long-standing course Cost and Pricing of Government Contracts taught by new adjunct faculty member Greg Bingham of The Kenrich Group. The course is loosely modeled on the existing law course taught for many years by adjunct faculty member Steven Knight and modified to be more relevant to the requirements of nonlegal contracts practitioners in government or industry. Business students in the MBA and other specialty degree programs also benefit from the course.