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Academic Advising

Undergraduate Academic Advising

Regular academic advising is essential to your success as it keeps you on track to graduate. Meeting with your advisor at least once a semester will ensure that your educational goals and your career goals align. Contact your department representative to set up a time for a one-on-one meeting.

Major Location Phone Contact


Peterson Hall 3100


Claudia Borke

Civil & Infrastructure Engineering

ENGR 1300


Lisa Nolder

Computer Science and
Applied Computer Science

ENGR 4300


CS Department

Cyber Security Engineering

ENGR 2100


CYSE Advising

Electrical Engineering and
Computer Engineering

ENGR 3100


ECE Department

Information Technology

ENGR 5400


IST Department

Mechanical Engineering

ENGR 3300


Dr. Colin Reagle


ENGR 1700


Dr. Elizabeth Johnson

Systems Engineering

ENGR 2100


SEOR Department

Undeclared Students

ENGR 2500


Alison Bartnek

Bachelor of Applied Science
- Cyber Security
- Defense Information Systems Technology
- Technology and Innovation

BRH 102
(SciTech Campus)


Krystal Dains

Academic Plans

In an effort to provide students with the resources they need to plan for their time at Mason and at the school of engineering we have developed 4-year academic plans. These plans contain course-by-course progression to graduation. 

When used in combination with academic advising, this tool allows students to create their own personalized road map for success and degree completion.

2019-2020 Academic Year

Applied Computer Science


Bioengineering (Pre-Health concentration)

Civil & Infrastructure Engineering

Computer Engineering

Computer Science

Cyber Security Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Information Technology

Mechanical Engineering


Systems Engineering

Undecided Engineering

Accelerated Master's Program

If you have a strong GPA and have shown yourself to be a motivated student, the accelerated Master's path might be right for you. Students who pursue this program can graduate with a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in just 5 years, giving them a head start on a successful career.

See your undergraduate advisor for more details before you apply.

Pre-Orientation Advising for admitted Transfer Students

To prepare for your in-person Transfer Student Orientation, Mason offers the option to request a pre-orientation advising meeting with an academic advisor from your college or school.

If you seek pre-orientation advising, please be aware that not all the departments provide the service. If a department provides the service, however, you must first submit a request online for transfer credits to be fully evaluated for advising. You may request a transcript evaluation here

Pre-orientation advising is most effective after your transfer credits have been evaluated by Mason admissions. Please continue to monitor your Patriot Web account after you submit your request. When your credits are reflected on your Mason transcript, contact your department to inquire if they are available for an appointment.

The school's academic advisors assist students in creating strategic course plans to meet the requirements of their majors and minors, while also suggesting classes that can enhance their experience at Mason.