Adult Completion Programs
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 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.