Spring 2023 IGC Courses

Mason Korea announces the cross-registration options with IGC universities for Spring 2023. This opportunity allows Mason Korea students to take a course at a neighboring IGC institution and earn the credits back to Mason. You will pay tuition only to Mason Korea for the total number of credits you take.

Please see below table of courses open to Mason students, and please make sure you carefully review the general policies and guidelines prior to applying for the opportunity. If you would like to register for a course, please schedule a meeting with your academic advisor as soon as possible:

In order to schedule a meeting, you can go to the website and arrange a meeting with your designated advisor of your major by clicking one of the available slots.

Application will be accepted from December 5, 2022 through January 27, 2023. Application does not guarantee enrollment. After January 27, 2023, students can only drop a course.

Please contact Seunga Seo(sseo8@gmu.edu), Gloria Seo(gseo2@gmu.edu) or Diane Kim(dkim228@gmu.edu) if you have questions.

Please click HERE to download the full course list and schedule in PDF format.


Host University Home University
Host University Title Equivalent
Mason Course
Credits Notes
UAC Non-major Basic Drawing AVT 222

3 Mason Core Arts, Visual Arts Elective for GAME
UAC Introduction to Film ENGH L372* 3 Mason Core Arts, Digital Media Elective for GAME
UAC Foundations in Leadership INTS L375** 3 General Elective
UAC Digital Storytelling COMM 369 3 Prerequisite: COMM 351
SUNY Korea Computer Science Principles CS 100 3

Mason Core Information Technology and Computing

Prerequisite:  Level 3 or higher on the Math Placement Exam

SUNY Korea Music Cultures of the World MUSI 103 3 Mason Core Global Understanding
SUNY Korea Intro to American Government GOVT 103 3 Mason Core Social and Behavioral Sciences

*More courses will be updated as the equivalency review is completed.

**The courses will transfer to Mason with a course number noted in the table and fulfill the degree requirements, but they will not count towards the upper-level credit requirement.