Mason's Arlington Campus, in the Virginia Square neighborhood of Arlington County near Washington, D.C., focuses on graduate and professional programs. Working adults can advance in their current professions or chart a new career course.
The campus offers courses from the:
- Antonin Scalia Law School.
- Schar School of Policy and Government.
- Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution.
- School of Business.
- College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
- College of Visual and Performing Arts.
- College of Education and Human Development.
Classes schedules are set to accommodate the hours of working professionals, with most starting no earlier than 4 p.m. during the week. Some classes are held on Saturday.
The campus also houses the Executive and Professional Education division, which provides classes and specialized training for individuals and organizations in such fields as:
|Certified financial planning||Project management|
|Facilities management||Business analysis|
|Information technology||Business management|
|Government contracting||Risk managment|
The location also enhances students' ability to gain and get to internships, professional gatherings, and an abundance of job opportunities. Our campus is within walking distance of the Virginia Square-GMU Metro station.
National leaders in government, business, and industry are frequent guest lecturers, providing students with insight on major issues and the opportunity to converse and engage with people who have national and global influence.
Government and non-governmental agencies, non-profits, and private companies frequently book space at the campus to host conferences, meetings, and presentations, which students are often invited to attend.