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Mary Byerley

Mary Byerley serves in the Office of Student Success and Academic Services for the School of Business at George Mason University.

Adjusted Virtual Advising Hours – Tuesday, August 3rd

The Office of Student Success and Academic Services will have adjusted virtual advising hours on Tuesday, August 3rd: Tuesday, August 3rd9:30am to 11:30amNo Afternoon Advising Hours Please be sure to call 703-993-1880 or email masonbus@gmu.edu to confirm the advising hours for your chosen date. For more information about academic advising, visit our website at https://business.gmu.edu/undergraduate/current-students/academic-advising/.

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Greater Washington Partnership’s Capital CoLAB Digital Tech Credential Scholarship Opportunity for Minorities and Women

Greater Washington Partnership’s Capital CoLAB Announces New Digital Tech Credential Scholarship for Minorities and Women. The Capital CoLAB, a tech-focused initiative of the Greater Washington Partnership, is launching the Digital Tech Credential Scholarship for Minorities and Women. Read recent coverage from Technical.ly DC to learn more! As the nation’s second largest tech hub, the Capital […]

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Applications Now Open for SAIL Alternative Break Trip Leaders!

Trip leaders make alternative breaks possible – they develop projects with community partners, build a strong, effective team, prepare their participants with knowledge and skills to use in the community, and guide reflection and critical thinking during the alternative break and as participants integrate the experience into their lives. Trip leaders work in pairs, and […]

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New UNIV 381: Foundations for Building a Just Society Course Offered in Fall 2021

This course will ask students to examine their own identities while providing a historical context for understanding social inequality. This new course satisfies two Mason Core Requirements: Global Understanding (GU) and Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS), although Business majors can take this course as a general elective since BUS 100 fulfills your SBS and BUS […]

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Reminder on ACCT 330 to 303 Number Change and OM to OSCM Prefix Change

Updates to Accounting 303 and deletion of Accounting 330: Effective fall 2020, ACCT 303: Accounting for Decision Making will be required for all School of Business students, including Accounting and Finance majors, and ACCT 330 will no longer be offered. ACCT 303 has been updated to include elements and learning outcomes of ACCT 330. Students […]

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Course Prerequisite Correction for ACCT 465: Advanced Accounting Analytics

Please note, the correct required prerequisite for ACCT 465 is completion of 1 of the following courses: ACCT 361 or MIS 310. A minimum grade of ‘C’ or ‘XS’ is required. ACCT 465: Advanced Accounting Analytics. 3 credits. This course presents advanced topics in analytics used in the accounting and finance professions. The course focuses on the development of skills required […]

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School of Business Grievance Policy

The School of Business works to ensure an excellent and consistent experience for all students. For situations that do not meet this standard, students are able to submit a formal complaint through our Grievance policy. This process is for undergraduate students who need to submit a formal complaint for either a faculty or academic advising […]

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New ACCT 441 Estate Planning Course for Fall 2021

ACCT 441: Estate PlanningFall 2021 Section DL1 ON LINECRN: 84704 / W 4:30pm-7:10pmInstructor: Wayne Zell Description:With the Biden Administration’s proposed tax changes, estate planning is in more demand than ever. In this new course, students will learn about the crucial field within Financial Planning that focuses exclusively on estates, forming trusts, managing taxes, wealth transfers […]

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