Looking for more than an education? The College of Science at George Mason is where you will find your career.
George Mason University’s College of Science offers over 20 undergraduate science programs, taught by some of the world’s leading researchers. Explore your interests in traditional science studies such as chemistry, biology and physics and apply these foundations to exciting degree programs in forensics, climate, geospatial intelligence, or geography.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
We know that you are looking to participate in research. Our undergraduate research programs are supplemented by opportunities for work on research grants.
Students have many opportunities to personalize and complement their academic experiences through freshman seminars, internships, cooperative work experiences, tutoring, study-abroad programs, and other options in diverse scientific settings on campus and in the community. Our research centers, science labs, and location to the nation’s capital allow you to explore more with internships and careers right outside our doors.
Study alongside our dedicated staff and faculty who are devoted to teaching and research and unlock your capabilities to excel in your chosen field of study.
Our programs use hands-on instruction and state of the art equipment to help provide you with the knowledge and experience you need to land the job you desire.
See what the College of Science at George Mason University has to offer:
Already steadfast and passionate in your chosen career path? George Mason also offers Bachelor's/Accelerated Master's Degree programs for selected majors in which students can put themselves on the fast track to earn their Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees.
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Are you ready to start earning your undergraduate degree at the College of Science? Apply online and see why our exceptional programs and committed students make us one of the largest universities in Virginia.
Undergraduate Academic Programs Coordinator
College of Science
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