11-month program is aimed at recent graduates

Washington DC metro area George Mason University has announced that will offer a new Master in Management program, which will begin in August.

The program is aimed at recent graduates of non-business degrees programs. The school expects that it will appeal to Mason undergraduates who are about to finish their degrees, as well as "recent graduates returning to the Washington, D.C., area after attending a university outside of the capital region, or recent graduates who have moved to the area to enter the job market," according to a news release.

The program will take 11 months to complete and will include a global residency.

To apply, applicants do not have to have work experience, but do need to submit a GMAT or GRE score (which can be waived based on undergraduate GPA.)

The first round application deadline for the fall intake is April 15.

For more information, please see George Mason's Master of Science in Management webpage.

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