You’re invited: Open House at the Schar School

Thinking about taking the next step in your career?

The Arlington-based Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University 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 virtual open house!

Master’s and Certificate Open House

Virtual Event
Wednesday, October 19
7-8 p.m. Eastern

During this online session, you will have the opportunity to hear from our Director of Graduate Admissions about the Schar School and applying to graduate and certificate programs, as well as from program faculty about our graduate programs. Prospective master’s and graduate certificate students who attend this event will be provided with an application fee waiver for the spring 2023 or fall 2023 graduate applications.

Master’s Degree Programs

Part-time, full-time, and online options available

  • Biodefense, MS
  • Global 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 open house or fill out our inquiry form.

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