A solid foundation in business starts here.
To succeed in today’s workplace, you need more than technical skills.
That’s why George Mason University works directly with hiring companies to develop our undergraduate academic curriculum—so you’ll graduate with the knowledge and skills needed by companies today. Our undergraduate programs are designed to foster the power of diverse intellects, experiences, and ideas to prepare you for the transformation of business. Learn to change, shape, influence and lead. Be innovative. Be creative. Be Mason Business.
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Bachelor of Science in Business
Earning a bachelor of science in business from George Mason University’s School of Business prepares you to work in a rapidly changing and competitive marketplace. The program offers eight innovative concentrations—accounting, business analytics, finance, financial planning and wealth management, management information systems, marketing, and operations and supply chain management—so you can focus your studies to meet your personal and professional goals.
No matter your passion, you will eventually find yourself in a business environment where a business minor can make a major impact. Complement your bachelor’s degree from the School of Business or other disciplines with one of our business minors.
Accounting Certificate Program
This program provides an opportunity for post-baccalaureate, non degree-seeking students to earn the academic credit necessary to sit for the Uniform CPA Examination in Virginia
More Ways to Study at Mason's School of Business
School of Business undergraduate programs and courses are accessible to many types of learners.
Living and Learning Communities
The School of Business partners with the Office of Housing and Residential Life to create unique Learning Community (LC) experiences. Students in these LCs have the opportunity to live with other students that have similar interests. Students in the LCs have programs created to get the most out of their experience, with past programs focusing on community building, well-being, civic learning and community engagement, and career readiness (resume building, company site visits, etc.).
School of Business Learning Community: The School of Business LC is a first-year academic learning community located in Commonwealth Hall. Members of this LC will enroll in two Business Foundations courses (BUS 100 and BUS 103, one per semester), together. These LC sections are taught by faculty that are committed to being part of the School of Business LC experience.
Other Mason Learning Communities Relevant to Business Interests: Mason’s First Year Interest Learning Communities are not tied to any academic units but are intended to focus on more interdisciplinary passion areas. These Learning Communities are solely run by Housing & Residence Life. While there are not required courses in the Interest Learning Communities, there may be promotion of specific courses to the community that center on the topic of the Learning Community. Communities relevant to business interests include:
- Economics and Financial Markets
- Marketing, Media, and Communication
Learn more about these communities here.
Business and Entrepreneurship Learning Community: The Business and Entrepreneurship LC is our upper-level (sophomore, junior, and senior students) learning community located in Blueridge Hall. The Business and Entrepreneurship LC welcomes students from all fields of study who are passionate about business and/or entrepreneurship. No course is required for students to be part of this LC.
If you’re interested in joining a learning community, select your community of interest on your housing application.
Impact Fellows Program
The Impact Fellows Program is the Business for a Better World Center's bold and pioneering approach to engage students from groups traditionally underrepresented in business. Over 40 percent of Mason’s students are first-generation college students. Thirty percent are Pell Grant recipients, and over half identify as something other than white-American. The Impact Fellows Program delivers an innovative social impact curriculum tailored to these students through a wrap-around two-year cohort-based experience that builds leadership and changemaking skills, fosters personal value evaluation and development, and supports retention of these learners.
If you are a Mason student interested in learning more about this program, visit the program page here.
The School of Business welcomes non-degree students to enroll in undergraduate business courses provided you have met the course prerequisites and space is available in the course. You must be admitted to Mason as a non-degree student and complete and submit the non-degree registration request form, along with your transcripts (official or unofficial) to email@example.com before you can register for courses.
We review non-degree course requests approximately one week before classes begin, and will notify non-degree students via email whether or not they are approved. If approved, you can register for approved courses via Patriot Web.
BS in Business Online Program
If you don’t reside in Fairfax, Virginia or you can’t take courses in person due to work requirements, pursuing your Bachelor of Science in Business online may be for you.
For Incoming Students:
Visit the Mason Online website to learn more about the requirements of the online program and how to apply. If you have admission related questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Current Students:
Current Mason students who would like to switch to the fully online program must meet with a School of Business academic advisor to ensure online learning is the right fit for them. If so, you will be required to complete a Change of Calendar/Campus form to officially change your campus to online. Change of Calendar/Campus forms should be submitted by August 1st to go into effect for the fall semester or January 1st to go into effect for the spring semester. Email email@example.com to schedule a meeting with a member of the online team.