Many SIS concentrations can be combined with graduate programs in the following Mason colleges and schools:
- College of Humanities and Social Sciences,
- College of Education and Human Development,
- College of Health and Human Services,
- Schar School of Policy and Government and
- Scalia Law School.
SIS also offers the following three semester-long programs that combine coursework and internships:
These programs give students the chance to focus deeply on one area of study and pair their coursework with hands-on professional experience.
Bachelor's/Accelerated Advanced Degree Programs
The university offers a number of Bachelor's/Accelerated Master's Programs for academically strong Mason undergraduates with a commitment to research or graduate or professional studies. Applicants receive a waiver of the graduate application fee and admitted students may obtain both a bachelor's and a master's degree after satisfactory completion of 144 - 150 credits (number of required credits depends on the graduate program).
Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
Offered through the Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS) program in the College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Academic Program in the School of Integrative Studies