George Mason UniversitySchool of Business

6 Reasons to Choose Mason’s MBA Program

1. High ROI

The current statistics support that MBA graduates can expect significant increases in salary upon graduation, as well as greater earning power throughout their lifetimes. The 2017 Mason MBA Class experienced this ROI firsthand.

  • 30% secured a new position
  • 39% received a promotion
  • 69% received a raise

2. Convenience

Take your classes on campus or fully online. On campus classes are offered in the evening at both the Fairfax and Arlington campuses. Choose the campus convenient to where you live or work. Both are Metro accessible and offer parking.

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3. Lifetime Career Services

Achieving your MBA is a challenge in and of itself. The question of how to market yourself is answered by our team of dedicated career service professionals and their vast network of relationships with employers, recruiters, and associations. You receive individual attention to map a successful course to career advancement that is unique to your goals. And as a School of Business alumni, you have access to their services for life!

4. Global Experience

You have the option to engage in an intensive global residency. This trip gives you a firsthand look at how other countries address contemporary business issues. Students often rate their residency as one of the most impactful experiences of their program.

5. Specialized Areas of Study

With 9 MBA concentrations and specializations, you decide where to focus your passions and widen the net of your opportunities. You can also use your electives to earn a Certificate in Business Analytics.

6. High-Caliber Peers & Deep Business Connections

One of the best aspects of the Mason’s MBA program is the opportunity to learn from other professionals—and forge friendships that will last a lifetime. Throughout the program, you take all core courses within your cohort. You immediately form a network of business professionals you can rely on for help within the classroom and in a professional capacity upon graduating.