Career Advising will take place during Walk in Hours: Monday and Tuesday 2pm to 4pm ——————————– Thursday and Friday 10am to Noon Please sign in at the Academic Advising Reception Desk in Enterprise Hall, Room 008
The School of Business Office of Academic Services will be moving to an appointment only academic advising structure. Effective Monday, July 11th all students who need to see an academic advisor will need to schedule an appointment. Appointments will be available on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. Due to the large number of new student orientations […]
BUS 210 combines statistics with Microsoft Excel. For students who completed a statistics course that did not use MS Excel (or who did not take an MS Excel course), the School of Business provides an option to take an online Excel program. Students completing the online program successfully will be able to pair that with […]
The School of Business undergraduate program requires each student to have access to a portable computing device that satisfies the requirements listed below and can be brought to class as needed. Note that as technology changes rapidly, these requirements may change during a student’s time at the School of Business. Many School of Business courses […]
MKTG 491 002: Direct Marketing Elective, Fall 2016 Monday 4:30-7:10 P.M. Please note: MKTG 491 is the course number used for special topics courses. Do not let the course number intimidate you. NEW – PLEASE NOTE: The course perquisites are: C or higher in MKTG 301 or MKTG 303. You may see additional prerequisites listed […]
Summer 2016 courses will be held until August 3, 2016. For a complete listing of the Summer 2016 registration dates and deadlines, please visit: http://registrar.gmu.edu/calendars/summer/.
Calling all innovators! All Mason undergraduates who have the spark, imagination and energy to join the fall 2016 cohort of Social Innovation Fellows are invited to apply. Based on the Arlington Campus, the Social Innovation Fellows will use their courses, labs, and interaction with social innovation experts to develop, present and pitch their projects designed […]
The School of Business has added a new section of MGMT 451 (Introduction to Entrepreneurship) for Fall 2016. MGMT 451-003 (CRN 82087) will meet on Fridays at 10:30am. The course is now open for registration in Patriot Web.
Courses with the BUS prefix, previously listed under ‘School of Business’ in the Schedule of Classes, are now listed under ‘Business’. To view the Schedule of Classes, visit patriotweb.gmu.edu.
Based on feedback from students, the School of Business is offering several undergraduate classes on the Arlington campus this fall: Course Day/Time CRN ACCT 301 009 Mondays 10:30am-1:10pm 81424 MIS 301 008 Thursdays 10:30am-1:10pm 81451 MIS 303 008 Thursdays 10:30am-1:10pm 81452 MKTG 301 014 Wednesdays 1:30pm-4:10pm 81446 MKTG 303 014 Wednesdays 1:30pm-4:10pm 81447 OM 301 […]
The School of Business has opened an additional online section of MGMT 303 (Principles of Management) for Summer 2016 A Session. MGMT 303-DL1 (CRN 42942) is a distance education section that will meet in person for exams on the Fairfax campus. The course is now open for registration in Patriot Web. To view the Summer 2016 […]
MKTG 491 002: Direct Marketing Elective, Fall 2016 Monday 4:30-7:10 P.M. Please note: MKTG 491 is the course number used for special topics courses. Do not let the course number intimidate you. The course perquisites are: C or higher in MKTG 301, 9 credits of marketing and degree status. Direct marketing is one area of […]
MKTG 353: New Product Development Marketing Elective for Fall 2016 Time: Thursdays 4:30-7:10 PM Instructor: Dr. Matthew Shaner, Assistant Professor of Marketing Email: email@example.com Prerequisites: MKTG 301 or MKTG 303 Course Description: In this course students will learn about the new product development through hands-on experience developing product ideas into new products. The course covers […]
Dear Students, Please be advised that FNAN 302 and FNAN 341 are equivalent courses and students will not receive credit for both. For the fall 2016 semester students who have NOT received credit for FNAN 302 will need to register for FNAN 341 as FNAN 302 will be phased out. Thank you.
The School of Business recommends to every student that he/she complete a Long Range Plan. This allows you to plan ahead for multiple semesters and establish a graduation timeline, as well as to ensure that you’re meeting all degree requirements and course prerequisites. To help you, we’ve created a fillable, saveable PDF Long Range Plan […]
University 110/310 Academic Success Course Fall 2016 0-1 credit hour Mondays, 3:00pm – 4:15pm Innovation Hall 316 Learning Services and the Center for Academic Advising, Retention, and Transitions are pleased to announce a new option for Juniors and Seniors for Fall 2016. UNIV 310 – Academic Success focuses on resources and techniques to assist students […]
Mason is implementing a new process for international travel. The first stage in this transition includes a university-wide one-stop-site for international travel at masonabroad.gmu.edu including: An enrollment management system for study abroad programs. Travel registration processes for independent Mason related student travel abroad, including Mason’s newly mandated international travel insurance. Information on new travel procedures […]
On December 7 the Center for Global Education changed its name to Mason Study Abroad. The office location in the Johnson Center, Room 235 remains the same. The new website is studyabroad.gmu.edu. New email and web address: Email: GoAbroad@gmu.edu Web: studyabroad.gmu.edu Current social media accounts: Facebook: facebook.com/MasonStudyAbroad Twitter: twitter.com/MasonGoAbroad Instagram: instagram.com/MasonStudyAbroad Pinterest: pinterest.com/MasonGoAbroad Flickr: flickr.com/MasonStudyAbroad
Want to interact with and learn from corporate change agents and their organizations? Interested in learning more about designing and implementing organizational change? Intrigued by how to diagnose organizational culture? If these topics interest you, enroll in MGMT 413 (Organizational Development and Management Consulting), a course for students who completed the MGMT 301/303 prerequisite. Join […]
Starting in Spring 2016, FNAN 302 Financial Analysis, Forecasting, and Valuation has changed. It has a new course number and title: FNAN 341 Introduction to Firm Valuation. This course still fulfills the “choose 3 of 4” courses for Finance majors and has the same prerequisite (B- or higher in FNAN 301 or FNAN 303). Students […]
Mason Students: The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Office and the Office of the President are hosting the President’s Leadership Seminar. Students are encouraged to apply to be a part of the 2016 Spring Cohort experience. The President’s Leadership Seminar is an 8-week seminar that allows students to participate in a cohort leadership experience with […]
MKTG 491 001: Seminar in Marketing: Marketing Analytics for New Product Introductions Elective: Spring 2016 Time: Thursdays 4:30 pm -7:10 pm Instructor: Gautham Vadakkepatt, Ph.D. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please note: MKTG 491 is the course number used for special topics courses. Do not let the 400-level number intimidate you. The course prerequisites are: C or higher […]
Virginia Women’s Business Conference – November 20, 2015 This great opportunity for students at George Mason to attend the Virginia Women’s Business Conference for free on November 20th. They simply need to apply to attend. The tickets are worth ~$300 and would give students a chance to be paired up with businesses and network with […]
The Undergraduate Research Scholars Program (URSP) is designed to give undergraduates an authentic research, creative, or scholarly experience under the guidance of a mentor. Students may receive financial support and/or academic credit for their projects, in addition to developing relevant academic and professional skills. For more information, visit: http://oscar.gmu.edu/students/ursp.cfm Application Deadline: November 11, 2015
Graduate Programme 2016 – Audit, Tax & Advisory KPMG is a global network of member firms with over 162,000 people worldwide, including more than 9,000 people across 16 offices in China. We provide audit, tax and advisory services to many of the world’s foremost companies. Our client focus, our commitment to excellence, our global mindset […]
Fall 2015 Research and Study Resources for Business Majors If you need assistance with research or with finding resources in the Mason Libraries, please be sure to visit Jo Ann Henson, the Mason Libraries Business & Economics Librarian. Jo Ann Henson will have office hours in Tuesday evenings from 5-6:30pm in Enterprise Hall 008 during […]
The School of Business hires undergraduate students as teaching assistants (UTAs) for Financial Management (FNAN 301, and now also numbered FNAN 303). The primary responsibilities of a UTA for FNAN 301/303 include teaching several 50-minute lab sections each week, holding regular office hours, and responding to student e-mails and discussion board posts. UTAs also sometimes […]
Sallyport – www.sallyportglobal.com General Ledger Staff Accountant / Intern – Position available immediately – Reston, VA Roles & Responsibilities: Analyze information by developing spreadsheet reports; verifying information Prepares general ledger entries by maintaining records and files; reconciling accounts Answer accounting and financial questions by researching and interpreting data Provides accounting support during monthly close procedures […]
Job description for Accountant at Technuf, LLC: Manage all accounting and finance related tasks for a fast growing technology company with corporate office in Germantown, MD. Perform all tasks related to the preparation and submission of semi-monthly payrolls and make daily bookkeeping entries related to accounts payable, accounts receivable and expenses. Perform account reconciliation, cash […]
*Please note that in the summer we suggest you call our office at 703-993-1880 before coming to campus, as advising hours may be canceled due to new student orientations. Academic Advising Hours: Week of July 4th Monday, July 4 University Closed for Independence Day Holiday Tuesday, July 5 9:30am to 11:30am 1:00pm to 3:30pm (No […]
In observance of the Independence Day Holiday, University administrative offices will close at 12:30pm on Friday, July 1st through Monday, July 4th. University administrative offices will reopen on Tuesday, July 5th. Classes will not be in session Monday, July 4th (Independence Day) – Tuesday, July 5th (Summer recess). Classes will resume on Wednesday, July 6th. […]