- Meet the Mason employees who are advancing their careers across the university with an MBA from the School of BusinessJune 26, 2023
Within George Mason University, a handful of our alumni are taking the lessons they’ve learned in the classroom and using them as an opportunity to give back to their alma mater – through a variety of career leadership positions across the university.
- June 16, 2023
At George Mason University School of Business, countless resources are offered to prepare students and help them discover and secure fulfilling career paths. Mason Mentors, one of those valuable resources, is a free networking platform for School of Business students and recent graduates to connect with alumni.
- April 25, 2023
George Mason University School of Business MBA Program rose two spots with a new ranking of #65 nationally for Best Part-Time MBA (#40 among public universities, tied with William & Mary) from U.S. News & World Report of the nearly 300 programs surveyed.
- March 30, 2023
Before becoming global director of sustainability at Kearney, Sree Kancherla enrolled in the MBA program at George Mason University’s School of Business to gain new skills and expand her professional network.
- March 3, 2023
Always helping underserved communities both near and far, Venkat Kodumudi, MBA ’10, and his wife Dr. Mysore Maitri have founded the Prema Endowed Scholarship to support School of Business students at the institution that they greatly value.
- January 24, 2023
The Online MBA Program at George Mason University School of Business was recently ranked #73 among Best Online MBA Programs for 2023 by U.S. News & World Report. This year’s national ranking is the third consecutive increase and continues an upward climb that began with the online program’s inception in 2018, even before the global pandemic forced a pivot to distance learning among colleges and universities.
- January 17, 2023
Emerging Business Leader Award recipient Kimberly Biscoe chose Mason's MBA program to help her take her career to the next level.
- January 12, 2023
Through working in a variety of career fields and organizations, Dewberry CIO Lisa Roger, MBA ’20, discovered the tasks and responsibilities that she enjoys most, leading her to the peak of her industry.
- Black Lives Matter movement inspires student/faculty collaborative DEI research on developing a race equity cultureNovember 18, 2022
While enrolled as a student in George Mason University’s School of Business MBA program, Tyece Wilkins-Amadi MBA ’22 embarked on an independent study project researching how diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is deep rooted in unspoken agreements between employees and supervisors, and more importantly, ways in which managers can change this.
- November 16, 2022
You’re ready for a master’s degree in business. You’ve been researching programs and schools. But how do you decide which degree to pursue? Any business master’s degree will provide you with advanced skills and higher earning potential, but the type of program can be very different. A Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) degree is well-known and respected by the business community, and an MBA can open doors beyond just one industry. If you’ve been working for two or more years and are looking to get promoted into a leadership role or shift careers entirely, an MBA is your best choice.