Choosing to pursue your educational goals at George Mason University Korea campus is more than simply deciding where you wish to earn a college degree. It is choosing to become part of an academic setting that will help you develop the kind of critical thinking skills you will need to examine, and ultimately help address, the world’s many challenges. The University’s Korea campus is a forward-thinking and highly diverse academic setting where students and faculty from across the world join together to create a stimulating environment.
Presently, select degree programs from the University’s acclaimed School of Business, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, and College of Visual and Performing Arts comprise the undergraduate academic programs offered at the Korea campus. Additionally, graduate degree programs are offered by the University’s Volgenau School of Engineering and Graduate School of Education.
All programs offered on the Korea campus adhere to the same rigorous standards of the main campus in Virginia to maintain exceptional academic quality and accreditation, with oversight by the University’s respective schools. Additionally, all non-foreign language courses are strictly taught in English, and all students will have the opportunity to attend classes for multiple semesters at the Fairfax, Virginia main campus, merely minutes away from Washington D.C.
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