Graduate Education

George Mason University’s Graduate Division exists to help graduate faculty, staff, and students in their pursuit of academic and professional success.

The Graduate Division—a major unit of Academic Affairs within the Office of the Provost—serves all graduate programs and students, including pre-professional master's to research-intensive doctoral students, by working with the schools and colleges to provide services and assistance. 

The mission of the Graduate Division is to elevate graduate education at Mason by increasing the global impact of its graduate students and programs, fostering a collaborative culture of academic excellence, and contributing to the research productivity and the workforce development appropriate to a world-class research institution.

Graduate students attend Movers and Shakers—a professional networking event for Mason graduate students to connect with local community leaders.

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