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You're ready to build on your expertise, expand your research, and bring something new to the table. Get started by applying to pursue your graduate studies at the College of Engineering and Computing.
Earning a graduate degree from the College of Engineering and Computing means you can be confident that your expertise is up to date and in demand. As Virginia's largest public research university, Mason combines the resources you need with the personal guidance of mentor-professors.
Program of study details can be found in the university catalog.
As a College of Engineering and Computing graduate student, you'll have access to:
- Our graduate faculty, who are counted among the top ranks by the best science and technology organizations in the world.
- Proximity to career opportunities through our campuses in Fairfax, Arlington, and Manassas.
- Chances to attend professional gatherings.
Mason alumni, current undergraduate students, and employees of our corporate partners can take advantage of our accelerated/fast track application process.
College of Engineering and Computing invites our alums, corporate partner employees, and current undergraduate students to explore a special application process designed to help accelerated through the admissions process.
Explore the alumni Fast Track application process, especially designed for our alums returning for graduate education. Learn more
Our corporate Fast Track application process is ideal for current employees from any of our industry partners. Learn more
BAM (Bachelor's/Accelerated Master's) provides opportunity for current Mason undergraduate students to accelerate through both their bachelor's and master's program in as little as 5 years. Learn more