Whether forming relationships with corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, or alumni we believe collaboration is the key to the future success of the School of Business.
To bring affordable, educational opportunities to students and employees, The School of Business at George Mason University is partnering with a number of universities and organizations across the country—through our educational partnership programs.
There is no cost to set up a partnership—only the willingness to encourage students and employees to pursue their graduate educational goals and provide referrals to Mason's School of Business. As a student (or employee) for one of our partnerships, you can take advantage of our Fast-Track Graduate Admissions process which requires fewer supplementary admission materials.
Benefits of a Formal Education Partnership
The School of Business at George Mason University is pleased to offer an exclusive MS in Accounting pathway for applicants currently employed with any of our accounting advisory board organizations.
The University of Virginia’s College at Wise is a public, four-year residential liberal arts college located in the beautiful mountains of Southwest Virginia.
Hampden–Sydney College (H-SC) is a private men's liberal arts college in Hampden Sydney, Virginia.
Established in 1985, Kearney & Company is the largest CPA firm in the country exclusively focused on the Government.
Partner with Us
The George Mason School of Business invites local organizations to engage with the Graduate Programs Community Partnerships Pathway. This pathway will benefit the employees of your company by reducing application requirements, providing access to our program directors, and providing them with the skills to keep your organization competitive.
The George Mason School of Business invites other educational institutions to engage with our Graduate Programs College Partnerships Pathway. This pathway will benefit your students by reducing application requirements, providing access to our program directors, and providing them with the skills needed to stay competitive in the workforce.