George Mason University

  • Established: 1972
  • Type: Public / University / George Mason University
  • Total Students: 39000

About George Mason University

George Mason University is a public research university in Fairfax County, Virginia. The university was originally founded in 1949 as a northern branch of the University of Virginia. Named for Founding Father of the United States George Mason in 1959, it became an independent university in 1972. A multicultural education is part of the Mason student experience. The university supports initiatives that promote diversity and inclusion.​ Sustainability is one of Mason's core values. We educate leaders, conduct interdisciplinary research, invest in sustainable infrastructure, and promote and support socially conscious entrepreneurship. Join us in solving the complex challenges of today to create a better world tomorrow. Mason provides students a small-school feel with the resources of a larger university. Our proximity to Washington, D.C., offers additional cultural, academic and career opportunities. State-of-the-art residence halls, home to more than 6,000 students, have Wi-Fi, free laundry facilities, and card-key access for safety. Our flexible meal plans make dining options healthy and fun.  

At a Glance

  • Top 40 Most Diverse Public University in USA
  • #140 National Universities by US News & World Report 2018
  • Tier 1 Research Institute by Carnegie Classfication of Higher Institutions
  • #68 Top Public Schools in National Universities Ranking
  • #110 Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs by US News & World Report 2018
  • #18 Most Innovative Schools by US News and World Report

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Courses Offered

Accounting

Area of Study Business and Management
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Anthropology

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Art history

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Astronomy

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Bioengineering

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Business

Area of Study Business and Management
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Civil Engineering

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Communications

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Community Health

Area of Study Health Science, Public Health , Medicine and Pharmacy
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Computer Science

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Accounting

Area of Study Business and Management
Intake
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Anthropology

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
Intake
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Applied Statistics

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
Intake
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Applied Visual Arts

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Art Education

Area of Study Education and Sports
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Art history

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
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Arts Management

Area of Study Liberal Arts ,Social Sciences and Communication
Intake
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Bioengineering

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
Intake
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Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
Intake
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Biology

Area of Study Engineering, Science and Technology
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Estimated Tution and Other Fees

Bachelor's Degree

Tution Fee
$37170
Accomodation & Other Fees
$12264
Application Fee
$100
Total
$49534

Master's Degree

Tution Fee
$26460
Accomodation & Other Fees
$12264
Application Fee
$100
Total
$38824

Requirements

Bachelor's Degree

Minimum GPA Total
3
Minimum level of Education
High School
Minimum TOEFL
80
Minimum IELTS
6.5
Minimum Pearson
53
Minimum Duolingo
110

Master's Degree

Minimum GPA Total
3
Minimum level of Education
Bachelor's Degree
Minimum TOEFL
80
Minimum IELTS
6.5
Minimum Pearson
60
Minimum Duolingo
110

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