Make your science career dream a reality. Whether you've been out of school since last December or the last decade, the College of Science at George Mason University provides students with graduate degrees and programs that you won’t find at other universities.
Study with some of the world's leading researchers, and put your skills to work right here in the national capital area, home to strategic national and international scientific communities, federal agencies, technology research centers, and medical centers.
The Board of Visitors of George Mason University has recently approved the creation of the School of Systems Biology, bringing together the Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology with the Department of Molecular and Microbiology into a new effort designed to study the complexity of real biological systems.
Graduate science education at the College of Science has a strong research focus. Students can choose from degrees in biodefense, biology, chemistry, forensic science, geoinformatics and geospatial intelligence, neuroscience, and much more.
As a student in the College of Science you will be positioned to benefit from internships, cooperative work experience, and other personalized training options that will enhance your education and potential. These opportunities—not available from textbooks or online courses—come from close, daily interactions that College of Science faculty members have with other professionals in the frontiers of science, policy, and analysis.
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Become a Student
Are you ready to start your graduate degree at George Mason University? Challenge yourself with what you can do in your academic career and join the elite in pursuit of higher education at one of the largest universities in Virginia.
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Contact the Graduate Admissions Office for information on applications, housing, and tuition.
Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions
College of Science
Science and Tech I Room 103A
COS Graduate Student Services Coordinator
College of Science
Science and Tech I Room 101C