George Mason Korea wants you to get the most that you can out of your undergraduate experience here and in Fairfax. One way to do that: pursue an accelerated master's degree or a minor along with your major.
With an bachelor's to accelerated master's program, you can obtain master's degree in just five years, and save tuition dollars by taking graduate courses while you are an undergraduate. A number of our majors at Mason Korea feed into or support an accelerated master's program. Consider both the greater depth of knowledge and the expanded job opportunities that a master's degree might yield you.
With a minor, you can explore a subject in addition to your major at greater depth, without overloading your schedule. You can also show potential employers the range of your knowledge and skills. More and more, employers are looking for graduates who distinguish themselves in this way.
We've outlined some possibilities for accelerated master's degrees or minors that fit well with majors at Mason Korea. Please browse our lists. But be sure to see your advisor too, to make sure your choices will work well for you, and that you can fit required courses, offered both here and in the US, into your schedule.
How can you supersize your degree?
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