Take the Next Step
You're ready to build on your expertise, expand your research, and bring something new to the table. Get started by applying to pursue your graduate studies at Mason Engineering.
Earning a graduate degree from Mason Engineering means you can be confident that your expertise is up to date and in demand. As Virginia's largest public research university, Mason combines the resources you need with the personal guidance of mentor-professors.
Program of study details can be found in the university catalog.
Sessions for Prospective Students
The school hosts several information sessions for prospective graduate students in person and online throughout the academic year.
Although attendance at a session is not required for application, it is highly recommended. This is your opportunity to meet the administrative and academic staff members who will assist you in the pursuit of your graduate course work and degree.
Prospective graduate students must meet all the university's requirements and deadlines. Mason alums have the option of pursuing a fast-track admission path.
Office Location: 2400 Nguyen Engineering Bldg
Upcoming Sessions - more events will be posted soon.
|Session Type||Date||RSVP||Location||Start Time||End Time|
|Non-Degree Online Chat (Prospective Students)||Wed, Jul 25||RSVP||Online||10:00 a.m.||12:00 p.m.|
As a Mason Engineering graduate student, you'll have access to:
- Our graduate faculty, who are counted among the top ranks by the best science and technology organizations in the world. They bring their industry knowledge to the classroom, challenging students to push the boundaries of research, skill, and application, based on real-time knowledge of marketplace demand. Your professors' ability to win grants will make you part of the teams that enhance knowledge through research in our areas of expertise and other specialized fields.
- Proximity to career opportunities through our campuses in Fairfax, Arlington, and Manassas. Our locations provides graduate students entry into government agencies and companies in the Dulles Technology Corridor and Loudoun County’s data centers, where many faculty members have established working relationships. They conduct research for and in coordination with their professional colleagues, providing students with access to and opportunities in their chosen fields.
- Chances to attend professional gatherings. D.C. frequently hosts academic and professional conferences, which offer abundant networking opportunities.