Individualized Concentration

The coursework for the individualized concentration consists of traditional courses from multiple departments, learning communities, independent study, and experiential learning chosen with guidance from an academic advisor.

An individualized concentration is the equivalent of a major in a traditional degree program. There is an application process required for approval to pursue an individualized concentration (title and course requirements).  The coursework for the individualized concentration consists of traditional courses from multiple disciplines, independent study, and experiential learning -- all chosen with guidance from an academic advisor.  Individualized concentrations cannot duplicate any existing Mason degree programs.  Students must present a minimum GPA of 2.00 in courses applied to the concentration. 

Interested in pursuing an individualized concentration? In the following video, one of our students shares their experience.

Individualized Concentration with Najeeba Gootee.

 

Mason offers many Accelerated Master's Programs that allow students to earn a bachelor's and master's degrees in as little as 5 years. Click here to learn more about the different degree programs. 

Opportunities

All students have opportunities to

  • conduct independent research
  • engage in globally-related activities through coursework and language study at Mason and abroad
  • participate in many forms of public service
  • prepare for their future careers through internships, career-focused minors and other college-to-career activities

Licensure Disclosure

This program has been identified by George Mason University as one that may lead to a career requiring professional licensure/certification. Federal regulations require Mason to disclose information as to whether this program meets/does not meet the educational requirements for licensure/certification in your state, or whether such a determination has not been made. Please consult our Licensure Disclosure Tool (https://provost.gmu.edu/licensure) for the disclosure statement specific to your desired state/program combination.