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Fact Sheet:
Language of Instruction:
English
Housing:
Campus Housing
Number of Credits Offered:
12-16 Eligible Population: 01 Freshman, 02 Sophomore, 03 Junior, 04 Senior
Type of Program: Mason Korea Language Courses Offered: Chinese-Mandarin, Korean
Fulfills Mason Core Requirement:
Yes
Program Description:
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Mason Korea

In March 2014, George Mason University opened the doors to its new international campus, in Songdo, South Korea. “Mason Korea” students come from all over the world, and Mason’s Virginia students are encouraged to consider studying at the new campus and enjoy its unique global learning environment. The academic staff at Mason Korea includes tenured, tenure-track, and term faculty members from current Mason U.S. programs.

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Program Details

Credits Offered*

Undergraduate:
  • Accounting (ACCT) 203: Survey of Accounting
  • Accounting (ACCT) 311: Managerial and Cost Accounting
  • Accounting (ACCT) 330: Financial Accounting I
  • Accounting (ACCT) 331: Financial Accounting II
  • Anthropology (ANTH) 399: Contemporary Korean Culture
  • Business (BUS) 100: Business and Society
  • Business (BUS) 103: Develop Professional Skills I: Foundational Elements
  • Business (BUS) 200: Global Environment of Business
  • Business (BUS) 210: Business Analytics I
  • Business (BUS) 303: Develop Professional Skills II: Advanced Elements
  • Business (BUS) 310: Business Analytics II
  • Chinese Language (CHIN) 110: Elementary Chinese
  • Chinese Language (CHIN) 210: Intermediate Chinese
  • Chinese Language (CHIN) 250: Gateway to Advance Chinese
  • Chinese Language (CHIN) 328: Asian American Women Writerts (fulfills Mason Core requirement in literature)
  • Communication (COMM) 100: Public Speaking
  • Communication (COMM) 305: Foundations of Intercultural Communication
  • Conflict Analysis and Resolution (CONF) 101: Conflict and our World
  • Conflict Analysis and Resolution (CONF) 210: Theories of Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • Conflict Analysis and Resolution (CONF) 340: Global Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • Economics (ECON) 103: Contemporary Microeconomic Principles
  • Economics (ECON) 104: Contemporary Macroeconomic Principles
  • Economics (ECON) 306: Intermediate Microeconomics
  • Economics (ECON) 311: Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • Economics (ECON) 340: Introduction to Mathematical Economics
  • Economics (ECON) 360: Economics of Developing Areas
  • Economics (ECON) 385: International Economic Policy
  • Economics (ECON) 412: Game Theory and Economics of Institutions
  • English (ENGH) 100: Composition for Non-native Speakers of English  (for PPP students only)
  • English (ENGH) 101: Composition
  • English (ENGH) 201: Reading and Writing about Texts (fulfills Mason Core requirement in literature)
  • Environmental Science and Policy (EVPP) 201: Environment and You: Issues for the Twenty-First Century 
  • Environmental Science and Policy (EVPP) 337: Environmental Policy Making in Developing Countries
  • Global Affairs (GLOA) 101: Introduction to Global Affairs
  • Government (GOVT) 133: Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • Government (GOVT) 322: International Relations Theory
  • History (HIST) 125: Introduction to World History
  • Information Technology (IT) 104: Introduction to Computing
  • Korean Language [multiple levels will be offered]
  • Mathematics (MATH) 105: Precalculus Mathematics
  • Mathematics (MATH) 106: Quantitative Reasoning
  • Mathematics (MATH) 108: Introductory Calculus with Business Applications
  • Mathematics (MATH) 113: Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
  • Mathematics (MATH) 114: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
  • Minor in Business (MBUS) 302: Managing Information in a Global Economy
  • Minor in Business (MBUS) 305: Introduction to International Business
  • Management (MGMT) 303: Principles of Management
  • Management (MGMT) 321: Introduction to Human Resource Management
  • Management (MGMT) 461: Cross Cultural and Global Management
  • Marketing (MKTG): Principles of Marketing
  • Music (MUSI) 102: Popular Music in America
  • Operations Management (OM) 303: Operations Management
*Course offerings change each semester. The above list reflects courses offered for Spring 2017.

Accommodation and Support

Students live in brand new residence hall facilities operated by the Incheon Global Campus.  Students will select from a single or double residence hall room, which include all basic furnishings. Residence hall costs are lower at Mason Korea and the on-campus cafeteria is convenient and serves healthy and delicious meals.  Academic and student support staff are on-site and ready to assist.

Campus Resources

Cost

The cost for Mason students paying in-state tuition is $5550 for one semester. Out-of-state Mason students will pay $10,000 for one semester. 


Contact Information

Charlotte Gueye
cgueye@masonlive.gmu.edu
 

Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Calendar Year 2017 09/25/2016
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Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Academic Year 2017-2018 04/21/2017
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Fall Semester 2017 06/16/2017 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

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