Why study engineering at George Mason University?
Graduating with an engineering degree from George Mason University will make you a competitive candidate in the job market. Whether you want to study mechanical engineering, civil engineering or bioengineering, GMU has the right program for you.
- Mason’s area of expertise in engineering include: Big Data, Cyber Security, Globalization, Health Care Technology, Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Signals and Communication and Sustainable Infrastructure
- Our alumni's achievement go beyond our solar system. Anousheh Ansari got her bachelor’s in electrical engineering from Mason and was the first Muslim woman in space.
- 90% of engineering undergraduate students find a position in their chosen field while 10% go to graduate school. 93% of engineering graduate students find a job in their area of study.
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