If you are a freshman, starting in the fall semester, you might find this sample schedule useful as a planning device for the next few years. This is not appropriate for transfer students.

If you use this schedule you should check it each semester to make certain you have the prerequisites for the courses you will be taking. The schedule quickly becomes inaccurate if you do not enter in the fall semester and follow it exactly.

Sample 4-Year Schedule

Catalog Year: 2007 and Later

First Year

Semester 1 (Fall) Credits Semester 2 (Spring) Credits

ENGL 101 (or 100)

3 or 4

COMM 100 or 101

3

IT 103

3

MATH 108

3

General Elective*

3

General Elective*

2

Laboratory Science

4

Laboratory Science

4

ECON 103

3

ECON 104

3
Self-paced math tutorial if needed  

MIS 102

1

Semester Credits

16 Semester Credits 16

Second Year

Semester 3 (Fall) Credits Semester 4 (Spring) Credits

Literature

3

ENGL 302

3

Fine Arts

3

ECON 300-499

3

HIST 100 or 125

3

ANTH, PSYC or SOCI

3

OM 210

4

ACCT 203

3

General Elective*

3

General Elective*

3

Semester Credits              

16 Semester Credits   15

Third Year - take the core couse that corresponds to your intended major

Semester 5 (Fall) Credits Semester 6 (Spring) Credits

ACCT 301 (or MIS 301)

3

MIS 301 (or ACCT 301)

3

OM 301 (or FNAN 301)

3

FNAN 301 (or OM 301)

3

MGMT 301 (or MKTG 301)

3

MKTG 301 (or MGMT 301)

3

Global Understanding

3

Major Course

3

SOM 301

3

Major Course

3

Semester Credits

15 Semester Credits 15

Fourth Year

Semester 7 (Fall) Credits Semester 8 (Spring) Credits

BULE 302

3

SOM 498

3

Major Course

3

Major Course

3

Major Course

3

Major Course

3

General Elective*

3

General Elective*

3

General Elective*

3    

Semester Credits           

15 Semester Credits         12

 

*If you plan to study abroad during your undergraduate program at Mason, please check early with your academic advisor for scheduling general electives.

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