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Fact Sheet:
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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.


Program Details

Credits Offered*

Undergraduate:
  • ACCT 203- Survey of Accounting
  • ACCT 203 - Survey of Accounting
  • ACCT 330 - Financial Accounting
  • ACCT 331 - Financial Accounting II
  • ANTH 114 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 399 - Contemporary Korean Culture
  • BUS 100 - Business & Society
  • BUS 103 - Dev Prof Skills I
  • BUS 200 - Global Environment of Business
  • BUS 210 - Business Analytics
  • BUS 303 - Dev Prof Skills II
  • BUS 310 - Business Analytics II
  • BULE 303 - Legal Environment of Business
  • CHIN 110 - Elementary Chinese
  • CHIN 210 - Intermediate Chinese
  • CHIN 250 - Gateway to Chinese
  • COMM 101 - Interpersonal and Group Interaction
  • CONF 101 - Conflict and Our World
  • CONF 210 - Theories of Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • CONF 320 - International Conflict Analysis
  • CONF 330 - Community, Group, and Organizational Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • CONF 340 - Global Conflict Analysis/Resolution
  • CONF 398 - Negotiation
  • CONF 399 - Special Topics in Conflict Analysis and Resolution
  • ECON 103 - Microeconomic Principles
  • ECON 104 - Macroeconomic Principles
  • ECON 306 - Intermediate Microeconomics
  • ECON 311 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • ECON 367 - Money Markets Economic Policy
  • ECON 385 - International Economic Policy
  • ENGH 100 - Composition Multilingual Writers
  • ENGH 101 - Composition
  • ENGH 201 - Reading and Writing About Texts
  • ENGH 202 - Narratives of Mobility
  • ENGH 300 - Genesis Modern Economy & Culture
  • ENGH 302 - Advanced Composition
  • EVPP 201 - Environment and You: Issues -21st Century
  • EVPP 337 - Environmental Policy Making in Developing Countries
  • FNAN 303 - Financial Management
  • GLOA  101 - Intro to Global Affairs
  • GOVT 133 - Intro Comparative Politics
  • GOVT 322 - International Relations Theory
  • GOVT 342 - Diplomacy
  • HIST 125 - Introduction to World History
  • IT 104 - Introduction to Computing
  • KORE 110 - Elementary Korean
  • KORE 210 - Intermediate Korean
  • KORE 250 - Gateway Advanced Korean
  • KORE 305 - Business Korean
  • KORE 321 - Korean Proficiency through Visual Culture
  • MGMT 303 - Principles of Management
  • MGMT 412 - Diversity in Organizations
  • MGMT 453 - Starting a Business
  • MGMT 303 - Principles of Marketing
  • MATH 105 - Precalculus Mathematics
  • MATH 106 - Quantitative Reasoning
  • MATH 108 - Intro Calculus: Business Application
  • MATH 113 - Analytic Geometry/Calculus I
  • MATH 114 - Analytical Geometry and Calculus II
  • MATH 125 - Discrete Mathematics I
  • MBUS 301 - Managing People/Orgs Global Economy
  • MUSI 102 - Popular Music in America
  • OM 303 - Operations Management
  • PSYC 100 - Basics Concepts in Psychology
  • SOCI 352 - Social Problems and Solutions
  • SOCI 385 - Sociology of Religion
  • SPAN 110 - Elementary Spanish
  • SPAN 210 - Intermediate Spanish
*Course offerings change each semester. The above list reflects courses offered for Spring 2018.

All students applying for this program, must meet with an academic advisor to have their coursework at GMU-Korea approved prior to being accepted into the program. Please click here for more information on advisors available to meet with Mason Korea applicants.

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Program Cost

The tuition and fees for Mason Korea are posted on the Mason Korea website. Scholarships may be available to maintain student's existing tuition rate while studying at Mason Korea. For more information contact, Grace Lee (glee36@gmu.edu).
 

Accommodations

Furnished single and double occupancy rooms are available, as well as a convenient on-campus cafeteria. Please visit the Mason Korea Campus Resources page for more info.

2018 Spring Semester Housing Cost:**

  • Double: $1000
  • Single: $1500

Contact Information

Grace Lee, Mason Korea Coordinator
Merten Hall
Email: glee36@gmu.edu
Telephone: 1-703-993-5961


Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Calendar Year 2018 11/13/2017
**
Rolling Admission 02/26/2018 12/14/2018
NOTE: End date is tentative until the Fall 2018 Academic Calendar calendar has been published.
Spring Semester 2018 11/13/2017
**
Rolling Admission 02/26/2018 06/23/2018
NOTE: Program dates are the dates that classes begin and end. Check with your program officer for information about when you should arrive and depart the country.
Academic Year 2018-2019 04/15/2018 ** Rolling Admission 08/27/2018 06/14/2019
Fall Semester 2018 04/15/2018 ** Rolling Admission 08/27/2018 12/19/2018

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.

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