The School of Business and George Mason University offer many honors opportunities to undergraduate students. Honors opportunities include academic programs, faculty supported research, and honors societies representing a diverse set of interests and experiences. Participation in these are great ways for students to distinguish themselves and gain valuable experience in leadership and professional development.
Business specific honors opportunities allow School of Business students to connect with other highly motivated business students and faculty. Business honors students will also gain valuable professional development and networking opportunities.
The School of Business Honors Program is a school wide program that provides highly motivated Business students with an enriched academic experience integrating curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular development.
The program gives students the opportunity to interact closely with faculty in informal settings, visit employer sites on special honors program field trips, take an honors capstone, and include their résumés in special honors program communications with key employers.
Additional Honors Opportunities
The Honors College at Mason provides students with an integrated curriculum of interdisciplinary courses. Although the program is housed in the Honors College, when completed, it satisfies general education requirements for all undergraduate colleges, schools, and programs at Mason.
Students as Scholars (OSCAR) is a program that supports undergraduate success by encouraging a culture of scholastic inquiry through student research and creative activities.