4-VA at GMU

GMU is an energetic and relatively young university that plans to produce 100,000 graduates within the next 10 years, serving as a catalyst for economic growth in Virginia. 4-VA at GMU provides resources and support for the BAS degree completion program for adult students and is collaborating on a statewide degree completion network with 4-VA partner ODU. GMU is committed to “research of consequence” that will provide social, cultural, and economic impact to the region and the commonwealth, as well as opportunities for undergraduate researchers. Increasing efficiencies in instructional delivery and design are critical to both 4-VA and GMU initiatives.

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GMU Contacts

(703) 993-8891
Email Janette

Janette Kenner Muir

GMU Campus Coordinator

(703) 993-8722
Email Marcy

Marcy R. L. Glover

GMU Deputy Campus Coordinator

Collaborative Research

70+

Collaborative research projects

1,112,400+

Amount awarded

Course Sharing

45

Courses shared

Course Redesign

18

Course redesign projects

Program Support

  • Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference
  • Fellows at Mason Global Campus to help prepare faculty to more effectively teach linguistically diverse student populations
  • Bachelor of Applied Science
  • ADVANCE – Seamless transitioning students from Northern Virginia Community College to GMU

Spring 2019 Shared Courses

  • KORE 102-V01 Intermediate Korean – Taught by GMU and shared with JMU
  • KORE 102-V02 Intermediate Korean – Taught by GMU and shared with JMU
  • PERS 210-V01 – Intermediate Persian – Taught by GMU and shared with JMU
  • PERS 330-V03 Advanced Persian I – Taught by GMU and shared with JMU