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Undergraduate Admissions

A degree from Mason's School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution can help you make your mark on the world.

Mason's School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution is the first, and one of only two, such schools in the nation. We produce future leaders, who can find careers in their hometowns and across the globe in a variety of fields.

As an S-CAR student, you will

  • Move beyond traditional classroom experiences.
  • Be part of a diverse student body working globally and locally to resolve conflict.
  • Gain professional skills through experiential learning opportunities that prepare you for meaningful careers.

There is no separate application or second gate admission requirement for the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Once you're admitted to Mason, you're eligible to major in Conflict Analysis and Resolution.

Meet with an Advisor

We'll help you through the process of declaring a major and setting up a schedule that will enable you to graduate on your own timeline. We'll also give you tips and guidelines on how to get the most out of your college experience, while offering advice on enriching — and fun — electives.

For more information, contact:

Leslie Durham at 703-993-1295
Sarah Kincaid at 703-993-9803
Jane Walker at 703-993-7134

Transfer Students

If you're coming to Mason from another school or university, our Transfer Credit Search Engine lists courses that we'll count toward your degree.

If you're currently attending a Virginia Community College System school, we recommend that you take classes that fulfill the Mason Core requirements. You can use the Transfer Credit Search Engine to determine which ones will transfer.

There are also helpful transfer guides for the School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution to help you determine which classes will directly transfer into S-CAR. The courses listed in both of these categories have already been previously evaluated.

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