To support its mission of providing accessible higher education for all Virginia residents, George Mason University offers three adult degree completion programs for students who wish to complete a bachelor’s degree.
- Bachelor of Individualized Studies Offered through the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Provides students with a flexible, interdisciplinary program that can integrate other college-level learning (e.g., military training or professional experiences) into their university course work.
- Bachelor of Applied Science Offered though the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President in conjunction with the 4-VA Consortium. Provides an opportunity for students who hold an A.A.S. from one of Virginia’s community colleges in a business or information technology field, and are at least seven years out of high school. The BAS program is completely online.
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-to-BSN Pathway) Offered through the College of Health & Human Services. Provides an opportunity for students holding a current registered nurse (RN) license to complete a BSN degree in one year after meeting general education and nursing prerequisite requirements. Part time options are also available.
Questions? Contact Hermione Pickett, Adult Learning Program Coordinator, at 703-993-5287.