It’s not too late to enroll for the fall semester!
The Arlington-based Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University has extended the fall application deadline for domestic applicants to July 15.
The Schar School offers flexible part-time or full-time options for graduate certificate and master’s degree programs designed to teach applicable, real-world knowledge for in-demand careers. Learn more at the upcoming open house. Don’t miss our upcoming virtual open house for a chance to your future program director, chat with our admissions team, and get your questions answered, as well as learn about the new online options available for nearly all of our graduate programs.
Prospective master’s and graduate certificate students who attend this event will be provided with an application fee waiver for the Fall 2022 graduate application.
Master’s and Certificate Virtual Open House
June 8 at 6 p.m. Eastern
This will be the final open house until fall semester
This virtual event is the perfect opportunity to:
- Explore the school’s top-ranked master’s degree and graduate certificate programs
- Meet Schar School Dean Mark Rozell, program directors, alumni and admissions team
- Find out how the program works around a full-time job
- Learn about your program of interest in depth, including the curriculum, admissions requirements, and career opportunities
- Ask admissions team members specific questions about the application process
Master’s Degree Programs
Part-time, full-time, and online options available
- Biodefense, MS
- International Commerce and Policy, MA
- International Security, MA
- Organization Development and Knowledge Management, MS
- Political Science, MA
- Public Administration, MPA
- Public Policy, MPP
To learn more about graduate programs at the Schar School, register for the virtual open house or fill out our inquiry form.
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