BS in Business

Top 100 + AACSB Accreditation

AACSB Accreditation

George Mason’s School of Business ranks annually among the top 100 US undergraduate business school programs and part-time MBA programs, according to U.S. News & World Report. The school is accredited in both business and accounting by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the world’s largest business education alliance.

The AACSB Advantage

Attaining AACSB accreditation requires a rigorous evaluation of curriculum, faculty, finances, policies and student outcomes, which is why only around 5% of business schools worldwide are able to attain this status. The School of Business is among an even more elite group among AACSB-accredited schools: only 2% of AACSB business schools worldwide are accredited in both business and accounting. AACSB accreditation assures that the program is offering a high-quality business education.

Our graduates benefit from the respect for their degrees that this accreditation confers. Companies worldwide seek students from AACSB-accredited business schools—many top, global corporations only recruit from AACSB-accredited schools—and graduates of these schools receive higher, more competitive salaries.  Learn more.

Diversity of Perspectives and Opportunities

George Mason University School of Business believes in fostering the power of diverse intellects, experiences and ideas to create tomorrow’s leaders. The structure of the Mason business degree provides a diversity of perspectives and opportunities.  Students in the business degree take both foundational courses across the areas of business and then specialize in one of 8 concentrations. They are thus prepared to work across business areas, while also gaining specialized knowledge in an area of their choice.

Faculty members research projects in current leading global business issues including offshore outsourcing, international financial risk, and comparative systems of innovation. The school’s faculty matches the diversity of its student body—with more than forty percent of faculty from international origins and forty-five percent of faculty speaking more than one language—providing a truly global business perspective in the classroom.

Students choose from among eight concentrations in the major



Business Analytics

Management Information Systems



Financial Planning and Wealth Management

Operations and Supply Chain Management


All students have opportunities to

  • conduct independent research
  • engage in globally-related activities through coursework and language study at Mason and abroad
  • participate in many forms of public service
  • prepare for their future careers through internships, career-focused minors and other college-to-career activities